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End Marmite Neglect

UNDER STRICT EMBARGO UNTIL 00:01 FRIDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER 2013

Maaa-mite-loving farmer, Jack Skillington and his daughter, Tilly (aged 12), from Kent have transformed a selection of their flock of sheep to raise awareness for End Marmite Neglect.

Lovers of Marmite have gone to extraordinary lengths to show their support to help End Marmite Neglect – the appeal to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and promote kindness to all jars forgotten at the back of kitchen cupboards. From sheep and a car transformed into Marmite jars, to a Marmite mural on a house and a name change, fans have taken it upon themselves to donate substantial parts of their lives to support the cause.

SUPER FANS DONATE THEIR HOUSE, CAR, SHEEP…AND EVEN NAME…TO HELP END MARMITE NEGLECT
Following the launch of Marmite’s much-debated advert, lovers of this yeast extract across the country have gone to extraordinary lengths to show their support to help End Marmite Neglect – the appeal to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and promote kindness to all Marmite jars forgotten at the back of kitchen cupboards.

From sheep to a house, and from a car to a name change, fans have taken it upon themselves to donate substantial parts of their lives to support the cause – and Marmite is delighted and honoured to be able to share these creations.

He’s mad for Marmite
Saire May, from North Shields, has changed his surname by deed poll to Marmite. Saire already has a collection of over 100 Marmite memorabilia, from limited edition jars and spoons to cufflinks and even a recipe book dating back approximately to World War II; he’s certainly a dedicated fan.

Mr. Marmite says: “My family think I’m mad, but changing my name seemed like the obvious next step to show my devotion for the spread. I already have plenty more Marmite-mad ideas in the pipeline and will continue to do my bit to spread the love and help End Marmite Neglect.”

Say baa for Maa-mite
Marmite-loving farmer, Jack Skill