A rare chance to buy one of the exclusive t-shirts produced by St Peter’s Church, Woolton – the place where John Lennon and Paul McCartney first met on July 6, 1957, and which can claim to be the birthplace of Lennon-McCartney, and of the Beatles.
To buy, please visit our eBay shop by clicking HERE
Due to the impact of Covid-19 our eBay shop is temporarily closed. However, if you wish to purchase a t-shirt, we may still be help on an individual basis. Please email email@example.com and we’ll do our best to help you!
T-shirts cost £18.99 each including postage and packing (UK only). A discount will be applied to orders for multiple shirts (£18.99 for one and £15.00 for any subsequent t-shirt posted to the same address). Please contact us for prices for any orders to be sent outside the UK.
The t-shirts are black, with white print. The design is based on the iconic photo of the Quarrymen, John Lennon’s band, playing at St Peter’s Church fete on July 6, 1957, taken by Geoff Rhind and used with Geoff’s kind permission. They are 100% cotton, manufactured by Fruit of the Loom. They are unisex, and available in small, medium, large, XL, XXL and XXXL. Sizes are shown below, but if you would like further details about the sizes, please contact us.
Visitors to the Church have the opportunity to buy an exclusive range of merchandise that, until now, has only been available at the Church. We have received many requests to make the merchandise available for sale online and therefore, due to this demand, we have decided to make a limited number of t-shirts available on our ebay shop as a trial run. If this proves successful, other items may be listed here in the future, as well as another batch of t-shirts.
The Church is fully committed to protecting the environment. The t-shirts will be sent in recycled, biodegradable packaging, and post-and-packing is included in the cost price. In addition, one pound from every sale will be donated to a carbon offsetting charity. All other profits from the sales will be put towards the upkeep of St Peter’s Church and Church Hall or put towards the charities supported by St Peter’s.