Date:Thursday August 6 2009
Vital Burnley reported recently that a new book has been published by Clarets author, the Reverend David Wiseman. Clarets fans may know the life-long Clarets fan from his other books on Burnley FC which include 'Up the Clarets', 'Vintage Claret' and 'A Case of Vintage Claret'
His latest work is a book entitled 'The Burnley FC Miscellany'
Burnley Football Club come from the smallest town ever to win the League Division One, and the F.A. Cup. Some big city clubs at present in the Premier League have won neither! This book is one which is mainly off the record where you can read some of the queer, quaint and quirky things that have been part of the past 125 years in Clarets history...
The good news is that Vital Burnley posters and users of the site can now order the book at a discount and have the book delivered free.
The Burnley FC Miscellany will cost you only £10.99, £2 off the normal retail price of £12.99, with free packaging and posting in the UK.
To order your book, the publishers, Breedon Publishing have provided Vital Burnley with their own unique online ordering facility. You simply need to visit the following site to order your book and claim your discount:
'The Burnley FC Miscellany'-ORDER HERE
As an alternative to the website link Clarets fans can also call: 01332 384235 (please quote Burnley Vital Offer over the phone)or send in a cheque for £10.99, payable to: Breedon Publishing quoting Burnley Vital Offer to:
3 The Parker Centre,
Derby, DE21 4SZ
Breedon Publishing have also provided Vital Burnley with three copies of the book to give away free in our competitions this season.
This entertaining book is a must read for all Clarets fans so if you don't want to order now at a discount, you might want to chance your luck in one of our competitions and win a free copy of the book. Watch this space on that one!
Date:Thursday August 6 2009
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