What a day!

There is really no way to put into words how I am feeling about yesterday, the hugeness of it all hasn’t settled in me yet – it was beyond amazing, pink and beautiful! The skies were blue (a window in a weekend of torrential rain) and everyone just smiled and shone as we rolled out a truly beautiful symbol of our need for Peace, for change, for Love without boundary or border. 

Thank you to everyone who has supported me and Wool Against Weapons – whether you made it there to Aldermaston and Burghfield by hook or by crook, or whether you have knitted a piece of our scarf – I am truly, putting my hand on my heart, and saying “I couldn’t have done it without you”. 

The BBC South news featured us (scroll down for a link to this, its up for another day), and there are many, many pictures rolling in. 

Check out our growing photo album on Flicker here:


Check out our Facebook page for news updates, photos and everyone’s feedback here:


There is a great little film here to give you a flavour of the day, made by Action AWE:


There will be more photos, more films and also a speeded up film of the whole 7 miles of scarf to make you smile even more widely, so keep checking in with us. Soon the fantastic and big job of making our scarf into a blanket will begin, and any donations to help us with the transportion of these blankety beauties would be so gratefully received. Donate button on the right!

Big hugs and love to you awesome woolly activists out there…..am in awe of you all!

Photo credit: Emma Green at Orange Milestone


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