Climate campaigners create their own Brighton welcome

Posted On 20 Jun 2019 at 2:03 pm

Environmental campaigners have taken advantage of changes to the Patcham roundabout flowerbed to extend their own style of welcome to visitors.

Last week, we reported that the box hedge used to spell out welcome had been taken out after becoming diseased.

The bed has now been replanted with red blooms – but an activist from Extinction Rebellion has also used white chalk stones to create a logo from the climate change campaign.

A spokesman for Extinction Rebellion said: “It certainly looks like one XR supporter has been busy. I saw it yesterday and it looks great.

“Apparently a few of the flowers were carefully moved but none were damaged when the chalk stone was put down.”

  1. Chaz Reply

    Let us hope for a suitable disease to finish this numpty display off.

  2. Heather Reply

    Superb work Extinction Rebellion! Presumably the previous reply is from someone who doesn’t like traditional English flowers? They’re won’t be many of them left if our planet hits 2 degrees I’m afraid.

  3. Heather Reply

    End of a long day! ☆There won’t be many flowers left and also ☆if our planet hits an increase of an extra two degrees! Obviously! Oh and well done again XR, I love our planet and I’d like my children and theirs to have a future!

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