A second FM pin badge is to go on sale at Hard Rock Cafe in The Printworks.
Our long-standing supporters, Hard Rock Cafe recently ran a competition at a secondary school in Chadderton to create the latest collectors’ pin badge.
In 2014, the Printworks restaurant created a great pin badge for us to celebrate our 25th anniversary. The badge was extremely well received, and the limited edition collectors’ item sold out completely.
Harrison Radcliffe of Radclyffe School was the winner of the competition. With the theme being Manchester and music, he opted for a treble clef shaped badge which sports our infinity symbol and a castle taken from the flag of Greater Manchester, which represents the 10 boroughs that Forever Manchester supports.
Jennie Edwards, Design and Technology teacher from Radclyffe School said: “We are very proud that they [Hard Rock Cafe] judged Harrison’s design good enough to be produced for sale. The competition was a great opportunity for students.”
Harrison has been awarded with his own pin badge framed alongside his design as well as a slap up meal at Hard Rock.
The badge will be available at Hard Rock Cafe at The Printworks for a limited time only from today with just 300 on offer, so don’t miss out on your chance at getting this great pin badge.
As done last year, the pin badge will once again raise money for Forever Manchester, with £1 from each badge coming to us.
Hard Rock Cafe have been great supporters of ours over recent years, last year raising over £2,000 for us and becoming Greater Manchester Heroes.
Nick Massey, Forever Manchester Chief Exec said: “We’d like to say a big thank you to Hard Rock Cafe for supporting us once again with their limited edition pin badge. Getting students involved is a great way to create a design and raise awareness of Forever Manchester, and the nod to Greater Manchester on the badge fits perfectly with us. Harrison definitely did his homework!”
Huge thank you goes to the team at Hard Rock for supporting us once more in this unique way.