Chambers, Murphy, Klug and Milton at Bury Event
Monday, 11th Feb 2013 09:34
Luke Chambers, Daryl Murphy, academy director Bryan Klug and Simon Milton are the special guests at the Ipswich Town Supporters Club’s restaged regional event at Bury Town Football Club this evening (7.30pm, doors open 7pm). The evening was postponed in January due to the weather.
The event is informal with a question and answer session, quizzes and time for autographs and photos. Planet Blue will also be bringing some merchandise along.
Entry is free but by ticket only. A limited number of tickets are still available by calling Elizabeth Edwards on 07968 876504.
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