A female genital mutilation charity in Oxford has launched a summer campaign to raise awareness among girls who may be at risk.
Oxford Against Cutting launched its drive last Monday across Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
Posters will be displayed at bus stops, schools, doctors' surgeries, hospitals, community centres, billboards and on buses.
Girls across the UK are said to be at higher risk of undergoing FGM during summer holidays, outside of term time.
The removal of a girl's external genitalia is a violation that has affected about 200m women and girls who are currently alive worldwide.