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Burgerman boosts Christmas bounty at Nottingham Tourism Centre

Nottingham Tourism Centre is now stocking quirky merchandise from world-renowned doodle artist Jon Burgerman, bringing a little more magic to your Christmas gift list.

The new range of products from former Nottingham-resident and famous British artist Jon Burgerman includes mugs, colouring-in books, Christmas cards and more; all sporting his signature style. Jon Burgerman started his career as an artist in Nottingham and lived in the city for many years before moving to New York. He is still particularly fond of the area and recently named Broadway Cinema and Desi Downtown amongst his favourite places in Nottinghamshire.

The new merchandise completes a wide selection of gifts available from Nottingham Tourism Centre. Treat yourself to a Nottinghamshire bauble, or pick-up some Nottingham lace for your loved ones. Book lovers will enjoy local history or trivia books about the county, while the little ones will marvel at the pages of Santa is Coming to Nottingham. Also available is the Nottingham edition of family-favourite board game Monopoly, as well as some classic ‘robinhoodesque’ merchandise, from Robin Hood hats to ‘Merry Men’ tea.

The Tourism Centre also offers a wide selection of local produce, from honey and pickles to flour and muesli, and hampers are available on request for those who would like a taste of Nottinghamshire for Christmas.

Located in the heart of Nottingham city centre, the tourism centre is stocking a wide range of products to inspire your Christmas shopping.

Additionally, Experience Nottinghamshire will help you celebrate Christmas in style this year, by offering locals and visitors a chance to win almost £1,000 worth of prizes.

The official tourism board for Nottinghamshire will run an advent calendar-inspired initiative offering a new prize each day, from restaurant vouchers to pantomime tickets and even a helicopter flight above Nottingham. The Experience Nottinghamshire advent calendar will start on 1 December. ‘Follow’ us on Twitter at @ExperienceNotts or ‘like’ us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lovenotts to be in with a chance to win one of these great prizes.

The Nottingham Tourism Centre stocks the following Jon Burgerman items:

Doodle Mug £7.99

Seasonal Gift Cards £6.99

Notebook £6.95

Colour Me Silly 2 £9.99

My American Summer £12.00

Posted on 21 November 2012

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