Hunt the Sausage
A butcher from Kent has launched a new calendar titled Hunt the Sausage which draws on the concept of Where’s Wally, with sausages hidden in pictures.
People will be encouraged to spot the sausages in the pictures of Norman’s Butchers itself and the local village of Eynsford, Kent.
Profits will go to the St Martin’s Church and the Eynsford & Farningham Scouts, which had previously been given donations from the shop’s calendar. Norman said: “We are very excited about the calendar this year, it’s something a bit different and we hope to raise as much money as we can towards the refurbishment of St Martin’s and to help the Eynsford & Farningham Scouts.”
To include the sausages, the photos were digitally enhanced by vegetarians Barry and Jane Parten. Jane said: “When we heard that Norman needed some help to hide his sausages, we were intrigued, and when he told us that the profits raised would be split between the local Scout troop and the Church we agreed to ‘handle’ meat for the first time in 20 years”.
Once a month, Norman will also be creating a prize draw on his Facebook and Twitter pages where successful entrants who can find the famous Eynsford sausage have a chance to win a pound of sausages.
The calendars will go on sale in the butcher’s shop at the end of October.
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27 October, 2016, 8:30
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