This design on this fabric face mask is inspired by the Suffragette colours of purple, green and white which were adopted in 1908 by the WSPU in their fight for votes for women. The colours were described as white for purity, purple for dignity and self-respect and green for hope and new life.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says face masks should be worn in public where social distancing is not possible to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
It is essential that wearers of cloth face masks still observe social distancing and wash their hands regularly, and cloth masks cannot guarantee protection for the wearer.
Please note: this is NOT a medical grade surgical or N95 face mask, so purchase of this mask will not reduce the supply of medical masks which should be prioritised for health workers.
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For every mask sold we will donate £1 to food banks providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty in the UK.