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National Happiness Awards limited edition posters for you to pin up in your workplace or school

posters National happiness Awards 2019

Back in the 1980s, when The National Happiness Awards was a hormonal teenager, we spent every Saturday afternoon in the local Our Price store leafing through the poster racks, looking for glossy new posters to Blu Tack on our bedroom wall.

Our faves were Limahl from Kajagoogoo (swoon), Vanilla Ice (edgy) and Mick Hucknall (curly ginger). The National Happiness Awards grew up, Our Price closed, Limahl shaved off his mullet and Vanilla Ice reverted to his real name, Robert Van Winkle. But the joy of posters never dies, which is why we have launched this year’s National Happiness Awards limited edition posters for you to pin up in your workplace or school – or even on your bedroom wall. We are sending copies out to members of the fan club, but you can also download and print your own. Chirpy Neville isn’t as good looking as Mick Hucknall, but we hear he does credible karaoke version of Holding Back The Years.

Download your happiness awards posters (2.8mb)

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