Been there, seen the sinkhole, got the t-shirt - wearable souvenirs go down a treat with charity shop customers
PUBLISHED: 16:32 14 June 2019 | UPDATED: 22:31 14 June 2019
Sheringham sinkhole t-shirts are going down a treat at a town centre charity shop, with more than a dozen snapped up by souvenir hunters within hours of them going on sale.
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Emblazoned with the slogan 'I've visited the Sheringham sinkhole', the white shirts were the idea of RSPCA shop manager Julie Spooner, who last week printed a stack of sinkhole postcards, which she handed out to customers in return for a donation.
"Obviously our sympathies are with the traders who can't open, but the t-shirts are a bit of fun and anything that encourages people to come and shop locally helps everybody," Ms Spooner said.
The t-shirts, which come in a range of adults' and children's sizes and were printed by Jack Southwell and Adam Blyth of High Street clothing store Never Be Famous, are on sale for £6.50, with all profits going to the RSPCA.