Hello all! Hope you are all well.
With the success of the project and the kind support we've received through our Patreon, we thought it would be a great idea to conjure up a little care package for pre-existing subscribers as well as new patrons. It's been a few weeks in the making, but we'd like to share what we're able to offer followers if you decide to support us by December 1st.
If you subscribe at least £10 (the Members Tier) before December 1st you will receive this lovely package by Christmas. Subscribe to any higher tier and you will be part of the Book Club, where we send a lovely North East related book out on a regular basis. This package is worth more than £10 alone, but I wanted to get these gifts out as a token of appreciation and because I am aware anything extra at this difficult time will put a smile on people's faces.
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So the first item you will receive in your care package is a nifty little tote bag, complete with our lovely slogan. It will be custom printed for you on thick and quality material on black. Handy for your shopping or showing off to your pals of course.
Next, we have a nifty bookmark printed on quality matte card with your favourite Geordie ballad, 'Blaydon Races'. Printed on 400gsm silk material, it's long lasting and durable, perfect with your Book Club subscription...
Keyring Bottle Opener
(Please note we're yet to receive them... this is why we're just showing you designs!)
Finally (and this is really exciting...) Bottle opener keyrings!!! You can take this one on the town and open all the broon ales yi like. Sits handy with your set of keys, this bottle opener will be the envy of your mates (i'm trying to make it sound like a Bullseye quiz show on purpose). They will be 2 and 1/4 inch so just pocket size, but hopefully a good addition to your pocket necessities.
Furthermore, we are likely to chuck in a couple things in addition to a personal message from me, just as a thankyou for all the support you've given this project in making local history accessible and engaging like it should be. We're over the moon with the amount of contributions from local people and the interest it has received from individuals and organisations alike.