London Branch Meeting Up for East Anglian Derby and to Raise Funds for Beattie Statue
Tuesday, 8th Jan 2019 16:47
The London Branch of the Supporters Club will be meeting up at the Sheephaven Public House in Camden to watch the East Anglian derby against Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday 10th February (from 11.00am)
In addition to the match there will be fundraising events for The Beat Goes On, the fundraising campaign for the Kevin Beattie statue.
Please contact London Branch chairman Horry Money - email@example.com if you intend to attend in order to gauge numbers.
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