Walking around London you'll notice that different boroughs have different nameplates, made in various styles. This is due to the history and peculiar features of the area and some of these signs are so very distinctive that you can practically tell where you are based solely on their lettering and style. Here in Hampstead, we are particularly fortunate to have many of these unique North London nameplates in ceramic, made in the Victorian age, showing original white lettering on a striking black background. They are so well known and peculiar to end up featuring on the back cover of the Beatles album Abbey Road. They are in a word, cool! As a community school we thought it would be nice to celebrate the heritage of the area, being so lucky to have actual nameplates carrying the name of the school, right on Fitzjohn's Avenue. We kept the design simple, stylish, and we decided not to make a typical school t-shirt, hoping to meet the interest of your friends and wider family also. We are in the process of adding our House logos to the site too so soon you will be able to add those to your t-shirt purchases. A percentage of the product equal to minimum 20% plus £3 for each print goes to the school!
Further details are in the newsletter. https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/FitzjohnsNW3