Shops scoring with World Cup goodies

PUBLISHED: 07:43 01 June 2006 | UPDATED: 09:24 24 May 2010

AS THE nation looks forward to a summer of action on the football pitch, World Cup fever has truly hit Weston. People in and around the town are starting to get into the soccer spirit and have decorated shops, cars and houses in St Georges' flags and Engl

AS THE nation looks forward to a summer of action on the football pitch, World Cup fever has truly hit Weston.People in and around the town are starting to get into the soccer spirit and have decorated shops, cars and houses in St Georges' flags and England bunting.Shops are filling up with everything from England face paints, t-shirts and caps to more unusual goods like inflatable goals, garden windmills and air horns.Several town centre shops have already had to order more stock because of the demand and the roads are becoming filled with cars with flags clipped to their windows.Have you gone World Cup crazy by decorating your house, car or bedroom? Give our newsdesk a call on 01934 422500.

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