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A selection of distinctive buildings from Shropshire towns, such as Bridgnorth, Broseley, Much Wenlock and Highley, is featured on a new gift range. Linda Edwards has developed the new Shropshire Towns design for mugs and tea towels, and the range shows historic buildings from the county’s much-loved towns and villages.

Linda is the artist and illustrator behind the Sunnyside Art collection which also includes cards, pictures and ceramics showing landmarks from around the county.

“The range is proving popular as gifts and we are regularly mailing items all over the world to people who love Shropshire as much as we do,” said Linda. For more information see sunnysideart.co.uk.

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