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New Wallington Landmarks Mug Announced

Wallington Mugs on Shelf at Honeywood

We’re delighted to tell you that our brand new Lazystuff mug is available to purchase from The Friends Of Honeywood Museum gift shop in Carshalton. It takes pride of place on the shelf next to other local art, books and memorabilia – and of course, the Carshalton Pub Crawl mug…

Wallington is a small town in South London, and was once part of Surrey. Perhaps it’s sometimes overlooked, but provides some historic architecture and local landmarks. The mug features the fountain at Elms Pond, Butter Hill, the Holy Trinity Church Spire, the Lavender Sculpture, the Old Town Hall and the War Memorial at Wallington Green.

The quality ceramic mug costs £12 and helps support your local museum. The mug is dishwasher and microwave safe and our premium ceramic mugs can be used on hotter more intensive washes for extra durability.

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Pub Crawl Mugs go on sale at Honeywood Museum and sell out within 24 hours!

Pub mugs in gift shop

The beautiful Honeywood Museum in Carshalton, is situated next to the picturesque ponds. The Friends of Honeywood Museum is a charity formed to raise funds to support the work of the staff at Honeywood Museum and to encourage as many people as possible to take an interest in our local history.

We’re really pleased to be supporting them in their work, and raise awareness of their important contribution to our community. Today they received their first batch of our quality white ceramic mugs. These mugs are illustrated with The Railway Tavern, The Sun, The Palmerston, The Coach and Horses, The Woodman, Greyhound Hotel, The Windsor Castle, The Racehorse and The Hope – all in stunning miniature detail.

They are dishwasher and microwave safe. Our premium ceramic mugs can be used on hotter more intensive washes for extra durability. However, we recommend you handwash this item to improve longevity. Please handle with care. Wash before use.

The mugs went on sale Friday lunchtime and by Saturday lunchtime had sold out, with some people buying two. More are on their way!