‘Where the Isle of Wight leads, Britain follows’ Hancock quote T-shirts already available – Money goes to new youth project, Brave Island

Matt Hancock saying “Where the Isle of Wight leads, Britain follows” to the nation was somewhat surprising. Now it’s on a T-shirt! Wear it with pride and have a warm fuzzy feeling as all proceeds go towards a new youth programme called Brave Island

The T Shirts being worn by male and female models

At Monday’s Downing Street press briefing the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, told the World about the launch of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Contact Tracing App on the Isle of Wight.

He used the words,

“Where the Isle of Wight leads, Britain follows.”

Isle of Wight T-Shirt brand, Dead Natives, have teamed up with our friends over at Ventnor Exchange to give Islanders the chance to wear the slogan on their chests.

All proceeds from the sale of this special edition t-shirt will support Ventnor Exchange’s new creative platform Brave Island.

Brave Island
OnTheWight is proud be working with Ventnor Exchange to create the digital platform for Brave Island.

Its aim is to provide opportunities, funding, experiences, training and career development for young people on the Isle of Wight in the arts and creative industries.

Buy now
To buy your “Where the Isle of Wight leads, Britain follows” T-Shirt, head over to the Dead Natives Website.

They are available in white or grey and are charged at £19 each.

Wednesday, 6th May, 2020 10:12am

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6 Comments on "‘Where the Isle of Wight leads, Britain follows’ Hancock quote T-shirts already available – Money goes to new youth project, Brave Island"

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Mark L Francis

I’d wear ne if it were a quote from someone more credible from Matt Hancock.
Who was it described the IOW as “a little Paradise”?

Mark L Francis

Oh. yeah… Karl Marx.

Spartacus

What it should say is We we will fully fund the NHS and Social Care

Spartacus

We will Fully Fund the NHS & Social Care – Just to clarify

Jane

It’s such a shame they are so boring. Maybe introduce a better style and people might buy.

Fenders

Fortunately there are not many counties with floating bridges