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 Post subject: PROGRAMME & MEMORABILIA FAIR: Home Park: December 10
PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:27 am 

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This season's annual South West Programme & Memorabilia Fair is being staged in the Tribute Lounge in the Main Grandstand at Home Park this Sunday (December 10) from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
We have five well-established and reputable traders from Devon and Cornwall standing at the Fair.
Obviously, because of the physical quantity of the stock they carry they will not be able to bring everything with them. If you have specific requirements that you would like them to bring, please send me a PM and I will liaise with them on your behalf.
All stall-holders will be only too pleased to provide further assistance.
PAUL BUCK (Dawlish-based): Has an attractive array of programmes from the 1950's onwards from the Devon clubs, a mix of other teams and Big Match programmes, magazines, books and badges, including some autographed items. Recently became a published author and will be happy to sign copies of ' Enjoy the Highs, Survive the Lows, a 50-year love affair with football'.
PAUL GIBBS: (Liskeard based): Well-established dealer selling all types of programmes for keen collectors, plus Big Match issues etc.
MIKE O'BRIEN-KELLY: (Plymouth based): A Manchester United and Big Match specialist, who also trades in Corinthian figures, Cards, Tickets etc.
PAUL TRUSCOTT (Plymouth based): Prominent Plymouth Argyle collector and co-author of the Illustrated Collectors Guide to Argyle Home Programmes 1945-2001, who is selling mainly Argyle programmes, plus books and memorabilia.
WESTWARD PROGRAMMES (Plymouth based): Event organiser and programme specialist, with a wide range of Big Match, League, Cup and Non-League items, with a particular bias towards West Country clubs, including stacks of Argyle homes and aways.


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 Post subject: Re: PROGRAMME & MEMORABILIA FAIR: Home Park: December 10
PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:31 pm 

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Due to the highly-successful Car Boot Sale organised by the Green Taverners on Sunday mornings at Home Park, Programme Fair patrons are advised to park their vehicles in the adjacent Park & Ride Car Park.
To gain access to the Main Grandstand, walk through the Car Boot Sale in the rear car park.
The gates next to turnstile 26 will be open so the public coming to the Fair can gain entry to the Tribute Lounge.
Reminder: Admission to the Fair is £1 (under-16's free).


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 Post subject: Re: PROGRAMME & MEMORABILIA FAIR: Home Park: December 10
PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:14 pm 

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May I express my gratitude to all the traders and collectors who attended the Fair yesterday and who made it such an enjoyable event.
Hopefully, quite a few gaps in collections were filled.
The next Fairs in the region are as follows:
Sunday January 28 at Legends Lounge,, Swindon Town FC (10.30am - 1.30pm),
Sunday March 18 at Bristol Room, Bristol Rovers FC (10.30am -1.30pm), and
Sunday July 8 at Randalls Lounge, Bath City FC (10.30am - 1.30pm).
Any Argyle collectors living near to these venues will find they are well catered for at each of these Fairs.


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 Post subject: Re: PROGRAMME & MEMORABILIA FAIR: Home Park: December 10
PostPosted: Mon Dec 11, 2017 11:02 pm 
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Hi Gordon. Good to see you in West London recently.

Do you know where I can see a copy of Paul Truscott’s book?

Cheers,
Dan

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 Post subject: Re: PROGRAMME & MEMORABILIA FAIR: Home Park: December 10
PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:12 am 

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Dan,
I've sent you a PM which I hope will be helpful.
Best regards,
Gordon


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