Animal Tails – Alternative Village Stallholder

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It’s hard to believe it looking outside at the snow and freezing weather, but on May 5th 2013, the sun will be shining and the EcoTales film and art festival will be well under way at Orleans House in Twickenham.

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Animal Tails will be one of the stallholders in our alternative village.  They are a brilliant company who combine great design with a dedicated mission.  Animal Tails make beautiful and unique T-shirts for babies and children each featuring a design of an endangered animal, such as mountain gorillas and the albatross.  They are produced ethically using organic cotton and each design comes with its own story label which contains information and interesting facts about the endangered species featured.

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These cool T-shirts are made with fairtrade cotton.  And it’s 100% organic cotton which means that no pesticides or chemicals were used when the cotton was grown or at any point in the manufacturing process.

Animal Tails are working with the WWF and other environmental organisations to contribute to the protection of endangered species all over the world, so when you buy and wear one of these T-shirts you will be directly helping to preserve these endangered species.
So, it’s a win win situation!  Your kids will be wearing the coolest T-shirt ever, and you will be helping to preserve the incredible animals with which we share our world.

For more information about Animal Tails, visit their website.

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