Lyme Regis cheesemakers to raise Comic Relief money with cheese pun fines
A Lyme Regis cheese-maker will raise money for Comic Relief by fining customers who use cheese puns in their store.
The Lyme Regis' Town Mill Cheesemonger will open the world's first 'Hospice for Cheese Puns' from Thursday March 14 until Sunday March 17.
Owner of the shop Justin Tunstall said: "Customers keep coming into the shop with tired and feeble puns about cheese.
"Until now we've smiled weakly and let the puns go on their 'whey', but now we've decided to look after them.
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"We're encouraging shoppers to visit the shop, pay a £1 registration fee to Comic Relief, and fill in a 'brie-f' for with their awful cheese joke.
"We'll look after the pun 'Caerphilly' and at the end of the weekend, we'll send the rejuvenated wordplays off to a brighter future at Comic Relief, with an additional £1 from the shop - if they're in 'Gouda' enough shape to travel."