We’ve heard of streaming comedy, however that is ridiculous…
Sandi Toksvig headlined a stand-up gig standing in a river as a part of a publicity drive to assist clear up Britain’s waterways.
She was joined by Mark Watson, Eshaan Akbar and Helen Arney for the efficiency within the River Chess, a chalk stream, which rises close to Chesham and flows to Rickmansworth, by Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
It was a part of the SOS: Save Our Streams marketing campaign, run by provider Affinity Water, whose clients within the south-east of England use 13 litres extra water per particular person
Toksvig stated: ‘In my 40-year profession I can truthfully say I by no means thought I’d be telling jokes standing in a river, however what a improbable means to attract consideration to this extraordinarily vital situation – and what a surprising location.
‘I’m a agency believer that the safety of our surroundings is a shared duty. Having beforehand lived in a home boat, our waterways have a particular place in my coronary heart and I’m proud to be serving to to boost consciousness and understanding of the easy steps we are able to all take to avoid wasting these stunning areas. What higher solution to do it than by leisure and humour; let’s all arise for our streams and play a component within the safety of those nationwide treasures.
Extra info on saving water is accessible from SaveOurStreams.co.uk
Printed: 24 Might 2021