Pymoor crisp giant Corkers boosts Liam Fairhurst Foundation

Ross Taylor, from Corkers, with Callum Fairhurst

Ross Taylor, from Corkers, with Callum Fairhurst - Credit: Archant

PYMOOR-based Corkers Crisps has launched a limited edition bag of its popular snack sporting the logo of the Liam Fairhurst Foundation.

Shoppers all over East Anglia will be able to get their hands on the bags at their local stockists, with each sale generating 2p for the charity, set up by Callum Fairhurst.

In all, 100,000 bags of crisps sold throughout the region will carry the logo.

Callum joined Corkers’ Ross Taylor at the Budgens store in Soham this week to officially launch the packet.

In June, Corkers delivery vans were all emblazoned with the Liam Fairhurst Foundation logo and bosses Ross Taylor and Rod Garnham vowed to carry out as many fun-raising stunts for the charity as they could manage.

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