WYTHALL Transport Museum has been handed new bus-themed prints and cards thanks to a Black Country designer and National Express West Midlands.
Chuckaboo Creatives has designed some bespoke greeting cards and a unique poster print which showcases National Express West Midlands’ stunning heritage livery fleet.
The brand new merchandise has been gifted to Transport Museum Wythall to support them with the vital funds needed in order to continue their important work with vehicle preservation.
The items were available for the public to buy at the museum’s end of season Twilight Day event, which took place on Sunday (October 31).
Twilight Day was the finale of Transport Museum Wythall’s 2021 event season – a tradition in the world of transport events, the clocks turn back with atmospheric twilight bus rides into the autumnal dark evening and the nostalgic glow of old fashioned lighting.
Dean Howdle from Transport Museum Wythall said: “Transport Museum Wythall is extremely grateful to National Express West Midlands for their donation of cards and posters.
“The merchandise will provide a great boost to our income as the season comes to a close. We look forward to continuing our strong relationship into 2022.”
Transport Museum Wythall is an established, independent, working museum which first opened to the public in 1980.
As a volunteer-run registered charity, beyond its entrance ticket charges and cafe and shop sales, its funding relies on donations, sponsorships, grants and a dedicated group of volunteers who regularly give up their time and skills to operate and maintain the museum and its collections.