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Herdy heroes tea towel raises £20,000 for charities

Herdy heroes tea towel

A much-loved Cumbrian company has raised £20,000 for four charities.
Herdy Company created specially designed Herdy Heroes tea towels, depicting iconic Herdwick sheep as frontline workers.
Profits of its sales will be split between Cumbria Community Foundation, Great North Air Ambulance, the Lake District Search & Mountain Rescue Association and NHS Charities Together.
Herdy, inspired by the acts of kindness shown during the first lockdown, asked for nominations on social media for local frontline heroes who could be transformed into sheep form.
They include Nigel Bartlett, of Windermere Post Office, nominated because of his dedication to keeping the post moving throughout the pandemic.
The tea towel is still available to buy via the Herdy website.

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