A MUSIC festival isn’t the obvious place to start saving the world, but at Bestival in Dorset, UK you can go some way to saving the endangered kiwi .
New Zealand drinks company Old Mout Cider is trying to save the vulnerable creature and raise awareness of the kiwi’s plight in Britain.
All we needed to do when we headed to Bestival earlier this month… was drink.
Old Mout Cider had set up a Kiwi Camp at the festival which became a refuge to revellers looking for some downtime in between the impressive music acts (think Grace Jones, London Grammar, a Chaka Khan and much much more).
When you entered the camp for the first time you pressed your thumb into a pad of ink and daubed your print against the doorway – thus donating 20p to the kiwi cause.
The Kiwi Camp wasn’t just about giving though – plenty of rewards were to be reaped.
Crucially for any festival-goer, it offered free glitter and face painting – particularly handy when other stalls in the grounds charged you a small fortune.
Source: Express.co.uk — Read: Original Article