Jamie Oliver in Hebden Bridge
Hecklers question the wisdom of using Hebden Bridge to advertise a supermarket chain which puts small shops out of business.
Friday, 23 October 2009
Jamie Oliver comes to Hebden Bridge
A Festive Friday afternoon in the Square
Hecklers in the Square ask: "Why Hebden Bridge for a Sainsburys ad?" amid shouts of "Get lost!" and "We love you Jamie but we don't want Sainsburys in our town". Film maker (above right) tries to quieten protester.
The film makers explained they were making similar ads in different towns in the north of England, and hadn't had such a reaction at any other town.
Overheard: "I'm in this. I've driven all around and there's nowhere to park. I've never driven to the country before"
Overheard: "He spoke to me. He called me 'darling'"
Presents under the tree
Just like Sainsburys . . . .
Leaves outside Innovation