19 Aug '11, 9am

Inspired by #fishfight @gpactive volunteers take to the streets of Dorchester to ask Cameron to reform the #CFP

Here's a fishy tale of Greenpeace volunteers campaigning on the streets of Dorchester collecting images, messages, poems and letters to David Cameron - asking him to reform the Common Fisheries Policy . Dorchester is probably the toughest of our regular 'fishing' grounds, so in preparation we baited our hooks carefully for our campaign stall. Our lures (aka campaign props) included: Colour photo of Cameron with thought bubbles to stick on Board of bullet-pointed information for the more interested Our sustainable fishing game A thank you for the tuna campaign – to show these things work And most importantly a stock of DIY letters to David Cameron for people to sign and adapt with their own personal messages, in a way we hoped would be more interesting than yet another petition. Quite quickly, the fish (public) started to nibble and many in the local shoal knew about the di...

Full article: http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/groups/west-dorset/blog/are-...

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