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