Stop Live Exports Projection in Dover

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and the support of local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover!
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Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! Here is Compassion's Director of Campaigns, Dil Peeling, giving a speech at the end of the projection event. (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! Here is Compassion's Director of Campaigns, Dil Peeling, giving a speech at the end of the projection event. (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

Our projection onto the White Cliffs of Dover on the chilly and blustery evening of 6th November helped to raise awareness of the cruel trade of live exports. Backed by 4,000 Compassion supporter donations, and local action groups, KAALE (Kent Action Against Live Exports) and TALE (Thanet Against Live Exports), we caused quite a stir on the roads of Dover! (C) drewphotography/CIWF

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