Range Rover mum who hit eco-activists on school run launches own MERCH

Range Rover mother who rammed Insulate Britain protestors on the school run launches her own range of MERCH

  • Mum who hit Insulate Britain protesters with Range Rover launches merch  
  • Sherrilyn Speid, 34, from Purfleet, Essex, was filmed driving her car at activists
  • Ms Speid is selling hoodies with the words ‘Range Rover Mum’ written on them
  • Her entire collection including mugs, pillows and leggings is on sale for £298.72

A furious mother who rammed Insulate Britain activists with her Range Rover after they blocked the road as she tried to take her son to school has launched her own merchandise based on the experience.

Sherrilyn Speid, 34, from Purfleet, Essex, was filmed driving her car at Insulate Britain protesters who were blocking the road by traffic lights in October at junction 31 of the M25 near Thurrock, on the north side of the Dartford Crossing, which links Essex to Kent.

While Insulate Britain posted the video to show the alleged hardship they face, many fellow Brits rallied behind the angry mum, who has now turned the furore around her actions into a potential money-making scheme.

Ms Speid is selling hoodies, mugs, pillows and leggings branded with the words ‘Range Rover Mum’ or pictures of herself.

The entire collection can be bought for £298.72, with variations of hoodies on sale for £36.76, leggings for £33.19, a pillow for up to £30.83 and a mug for £12.54.

Sherrilyn Speid, 34, from Purfleet, Essex, rammed Insulate Britain activists with her Range Rover after they blocked the road as she tried to take her son to school

The mother has launched  her own merchandise line based on the experience, with the collection almost worth £300 to buy in full

Ms Speid is selling hoodies, mugs, pillows and leggings branded with the words ‘Range Rover Mum’ or pictures of herself


Sherrilyn Speid, 34, from Purfleet, Essex, was filmed driving her car into Insulate Britain protesters. She was revealed as an entrepreneur who started her own food business during lockdown

Ms Speid told LADBible: ‘I actually didn’t think of the merch myself, it was the public that asked me to make the merch.

‘They come to me, messaged me, and they suggested it and they actually designed it as well.

‘My merch is based on empowerment, female empowerment. It’s the raise aspirations and inspire people that even if you’re a single mum you can still go out there and you can still set up businesses and make something of yourself.’

One Twitter user said Ms Speid was ‘a very shameless woman’ for starting up her merchandise store

Some branded the move as ‘shameless’ and said Range Rover would be sure to ask her not to use their name in her merchandise, others supported the mum.

Fellow Twitter user Maryanne Hawes joked even joked a foxhunter who kicked a pony in the chest area before hitting it repeatedly around the face would launch her own ‘my little (beaten up) pony range’ to mimic Ms Speid’s merchandise. 

However, others praised the mother’s entrepreneurial mindset.

Instagram user Leanne Rungay said: ‘My girl never misses a business opportunity.

‘Millionaire mindset here. I admire you for it.’

Meanwhile fellow Instagrammer Heidi Louise said: ‘ I would have done the same the day you encountered those idiots and good luck to you with your business venture.’

Land Rover declined to comment on the story, while Insulate Britain did not respond to a request to comment from MailOnline.

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