Sssshhh — have you heard about the 850 Mug?

Sssshhh — have you heard about the 850 Mug?

A beautifully designed bone china mug has been produced to celebrate 850 years of our ancient church. ¬†Only a limited number will be available and we hear they will be on sale at the 850 Fair in Norham on July 11th. Make sure you come and get your’s.

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Comments ( 5 )

  • M. McPhee

    This beautiful commemorative mug is on display and on sale each Sunday morning in church, before and after the service (10.00 -11.00 am.), and at special events in church.

    In addition, it will also be on display and for sale during the forthcoming 850th Anniversary Flower Festival, October 4th-11th 2015, after the Harvest of Thanksgiving for Norham on October 4th.

    These mugs will make lovely gifts for Christmas, weddings, baptisms, or for friends and relations and for those who live in, visit or who have connections with Norham.

    They cost £10 each; a gift box (Dunoon) is also available at 50p. A reasonable price for a high quality item. There are further photos in church and contact details for purchase.

  • Paul Rea

    Hi my father Tom Rea and I are only here in Norham until tomorrow- Tom was the choir boy, cross boy and server in the church so I would love to get him a mug.. Can anyone assist

  • Diana Domai

    Hello! I traced my HETTLE/HETTELL ancestors back to Norham and visited Norham in 2006. Just wondering if anyone could please tell me where Norham Castle Gate was situated back in 1730?
    My ancestor, William HETTLE/HETTELL was baptized in Norham in 1730 and born at Norham Castle Gat, 1730.
    I met and visited Niel Simpson in Norham in 2006 but forgot to ask him if he knew where Norham Castle Gate was situated.

    Just wondering if you ship Norham 850 mugs to Canada. Sure would like one!
    Thanks for any help, Diana in British Columbia, Canada

  • Diana Domai

    Hello! I traced my HETTLE/HETTELL ancestors back to Norham and visited Norham in 2006. Just wondering if anyone could please tell me where Norham Castle Gate was situated back in 1730?
    My ancestor, William HETTLE/HETTELL was baptized in Norham in 1730 and born at Norham Castle Gat, 1730.
    I met and visited Niel Simpson in Norham in 2006 but forgot to ask him if he knew where Norham Castle Gate was situated.

    Just wondering if you ship Norham 850 mugs to Canada? Sure would like to purchase one!
    Thanks for any help, Diana in British Columbia, Canada

    • M. McPhee

      Lovely to hear from British Columbia – Norham’s connections are spread far and wide!
      Am delighted to hear that you have an interest in our commemorative Norham 850 mugs produced for the 850th Anniversary of St. Cuthbert’s church. The “Mug Lady” will be in touch.

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