‘The People’s Republic of Heaton’ flag goes to Everest Base Camp

By on January 30, 2017

Colin Hagan has designed a range of merchandise as a fundraiser for The Ouseburn Festival, including flags:
Well done to Heaton resident Andy Parkinson, who took ‘The People’s Republic of Heaton’ flag all the way to
Mount Everest Base Camp, Namche Bazar, Nepal. ‘Heatonians’ really do get aboot!

The design range is available from www.colinhagan.co.uk and direct from Colin’s studio at 36 Lime Street:
Telephone 0191 261 6338 Email info@colinhagan.co.uk or studio@northerndesign.info.

The range includes t-shirts, tote bags, flags, mugs and prints (Shoe Tree* and ‘The People’s Republic of Heaton’) for sale with all profits going towards the running of the Ouseburn Festival. This long running and popular festival is organised by a registered charity – East End & Ouseburn Community Association and runs as a free event. Registered Charity No 1123860. www.ouseburnfestival.org.uk

* More ‘Shoe Tree’ prints coming plus ceramic ‘Shoe Tree’ plaques and bowls.