Stephen Webster launches #TheLastStraw campaign


Stephen Webster promotes end of single use plastic with the Last Straw

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Jeweller to the stars Stephen Webster, has partnered with the Plastic Oceans Foundation to highlight the need to end the use of single use plastics, like straws, in his latest environmental campaign.

In response the world’s plastic pollution problem, whereby the UK alone uses mind-boggling 8.5 billion straws every year, which are among the top 10 items found in beach clean-ups and take over 200 years to break down, Webster has launched his latest project 'The Last Straw'.

Handcrafted in sterling silver, a perfect material known for its anti-bacterial qualities, 'The Last Straw' will be personalised with the owner’s name hand engraved on it followed by the engraved statement: Last Straw.

Webster commented on the launch:

“This initiative is our brand taking a stand for social responsibility. It is well known that I personally have love of all things aquatic and as a consequence, over the years have taken part in several clean ocean and water initiatives. It’s important that no matter how small we play a part in preserving our oceans”.

Webster has a history of partnering with environmental projects long term and is personally  commitment to environmental responsibility. 10% of all sales proceeds will be donated to support the Plastic Oceans Foundation and their on-going work in preserving our oceans.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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