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The Eye on the Needle Campaign

**CAMPAIGN HAS NOW ENDED** Eye on the Needle is a non-profit documentary focussed on the conservation of ‘Cleopatra’s Needle’, an Ancient Egyptian obelisk situated on London’s Embankment, and it needs your help!

The Eye on the Needle team consists of a group of professional Egyptologists and film-makers who are racing against time to raise awareness about this iconic and ancient monument and protect it from the threats of acid rain, pollution, and general apathy.

Dr Paul Harrison and director Edward Scott-Clarke are hoping  to raise enough money to fund this project and continue spreading the word about the plight of London’s famous obelisk, so if you’d like to do your part to protect one of Ancient Egypt’s greatest surviving obelisks for future generations of Londoners and tourists to enjoy, please visit their crowd-funding page today! You can donate as little as £1.00 and anyone who donates money to this cause will be rewarded accordingly by the project owner. Full details can be found on the project’s Sponsume page.

This project ends at 17:00 BST on Sunday 7th July 2013, so if you’re thinking about donating some money to this worthy cause, there’s no time like the present. ;-)

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About Kelly M (277 Articles)
A Gibraltarian-born writer, blogger, gamer, and archaeology enthusiast with a passion for languages, wildlife conservation, East Asian cultures and all things ancient. Tweets under the username @TRArchaeology.

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