Friday Pie-Day at Walsham le Willows
Monday, 2nd Oct 2017 10:19
Thurlow Nunn Premier Division Walsham le Willows are holding a Friday Pie-Day to get Non-League Weekend up and running when they face Gorleston at home this Friday evening (KO 7.45pm, entrance fee, whatever you like).
A pie and a pint will cost a fiver with some chips thrown in for free with admission whatever you choose to pay. Directions to Summer Road can be found here.
Taking place annually during international breaks, Non-League Day provides clubs with a platform to promote community football, while giving fans of Premier League and Championship sides a chance to show support for a local non-league side.
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