Posted on 14 June 2018
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament was formed in 1957 and a year later its logo was designed.
Now 60 years later, the role of the iconic CND symbol – the internationally recognised peace sign – is being marked by the Now More Than Ever tour of Britain.
A giant three-dimensional symbol installation is visiting dramatic locations across Britain, including the White Cliffs of Dover, Faslane naval base, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.
Between the 12-14th June it visited Salisbury and was placed in view of Stonehenge.
The full installation was also placed outside Salisbury Cathedral.