Sheringham students urged to collect royal mugs

Schoolchildren in Sheringham being presented with special Queen's birthday mugs by mayor David Gooch

Schoolchildren in Sheringham being presented with special Queen's birthday mugs by mayor David Gooch - Credit: Archant

School children in Sheringham are being urged to collect a stockpile of special mugs marking the Queen's 90th birthday.

The mug made for every schoolchild in Sheringham to commemorate the Queen's 90th birthday. Picture:

The mug made for every schoolchild in Sheringham to commemorate the Queen's 90th birthday. Picture: MADELEINE ASHCROFT - Credit: Archant

About 1,600 mugs were produced for every school child living in the town to celebrate the occasion.

However, a number of high school pupils have not still not received a mug which are available from Sheringham Community Centre.

The town council decided the mugs should be made as a special gesture. They were produced by local business Stubbs Mugs.

Councillor Madeleine Ashcroft said: 'We delivered mugs to the primary school, but could not arrange a time with the senior school because they were too busy. It would be a shame if their pupils were to miss out.'


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