Arctic explorer Sir Tarquin Crabstick OBE, great grandson of Herman Fishin-Tackleton - inventor of the non-chafing sledging gusset - dropped in to the Berkshire Greenpeace 'Save the Arctic' stall to report back on the dire state of the retreating Arctic ice.
Crabstick said, "It's pretty bloody up there. Compared to when I was last there 30 years ago, we’ve lost as much as three-quarters of the floating sea ice cover. I've had to bring this polar bear to Reading to give him a home. I'd really rather send him back, as he's eaten all my fish!"
"Please sign up to the Greenpeace campaign and create a sanctuary in the Arctic."