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6 October 2011, 12:39 | Updated: 6 October 2011, 13:06
People who've got old Spice Girls T-shirts, photos or even dolls are being asked to donate them so they can be displayed in an exhibition in Northampton in 2012.
'Spiceworld: The Exhibition' opened in Mel B's hometown Leeds earlier in 2011 and attracted more than fifty thousand wannabe fans. It tells the story of the 90s girl band's rise to super stardom and pays homage to all things 'spice', including genuine clothing worn by Sporty, Baby, Scary, Posh and Ginger.
The exhibition is coming to the Northampton Museum and Art Gallery in October 2012 and bosses are keen to give the exhibition a local twist by including memorabilia from local fans.
Victoria Davies, Northampton Borough Council museum officer, said "Spiceworld: The Exhibition proved a real hit in Leeds and I just know there will be some really huge Spice Girls fans closer to home. We would love to hear from them and maybe feature any memorabilia they may have in a special display that will be shown alongside the main exhibition."
Any Spice Girls fans who can help with the display or want to find out more about the main exhibition can call Victoria at Northampton Museum and Art Gallery on 01604 838111.