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National Fritters Day round up


In December the House of Three Cheers published Three Cheers for Fritters, in celebration of National Fritters Day on December 2nd. 

The publication was marked by several events including a pop-up shop at Alexandra Palace in North London and an impromptu flyby in Muswell Hill village centre, where booklets were distributed by a mysterious member of the House wearing a custom apron emblazoned with a fritter. 

It was a huge success and many more surprise events will be held to announce upcoming booklets.

Here's the front cover of the booklet and the poster for the launch events:


The booklet contained silly things on the theme of fritters. 

Here's a selection:




In addition to the booklet, an EP of fritter music was created and released by The Original Beekepers





All in all, a frittertastic time was had by all! 









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