Divine on the Plinth

Kelly Amost makes her point on the Plinth

Kelly Amos makes her point on the Plinth

We were recently approached by two people independently wanting to use the slot they’d been given on Anthony Gormley’s Trafalgar Square plinth project to promote fair trade, and use Divine to make the point.

The message wrapped around the Divine bars Kelly handed out

The message wrapped around the Divine bars Kelly handed out

Thank you to Kelly Amos and to Marcus Gilliver for making their hour on the Plinth Divine!

Marcus Gilliver ensures there's a bigger message during Chocolate Week

Marcus Gilliver ensures there's a bigger message during Chocolate Week

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