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Published 15th Jul 2011

Limited edition Middlesbrough Sport T-shirts

Sports T-shirts celebrating the centenary of Middlesbrough’s Transporter Bridge and the town’s bid for city status are now available.

The T-shirt has images celebrating the 100th year of the Transporter Bridge and Middlesbrough’s campaign to make the town a city in 2012.

The T-shirts, which are available for a limited time only, come in all shapes and sizes. The shirts are lightweight and are ideal for sporting activities and are priced £12.

The shirt is perfect for events such as the Saturday parkrun around Albert Park and the Middlesbrough 10k in September.

Yaffa Phillips, from the city bid team, said: “The unisex T-shirts are really stylish and a great way of showing your support for Middlesbrough’s City Bid.

“They are a must-have for every proud Boro lass and lad!”

Where to find them

The T-shirts are available at the Middlesbrough Town Hall Box Office on Albert Road, the Albert Park Visitor Centre and are also available at the Middlesbrough Mela on Saturday.

Additional Love Middlesbrough merchandise is also on sale at the Town Hall Box Office including the popular mugs, mouse mats, pens, red T-shirts and car fresheners.

 



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