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In the Chair-An Evening with Barry Kilby

In the Chair-An Evening with Barry Kilby



Clarets Trust has announced In the Chair-An Evening with Barry Kilby.

The event organized in conjunction with Burnley Football Club celebrates the formation of their partnership with the club and both Trust members and non-members will be able to attend.

Come along to the 1882 Lounge at Turf Moor on Wednesday, 9th September and hear the Chairman speak. Doors are open from 7 pm.

Richard Moore (Jarvis from Emmerdale!) will be your compere for the night.



Tickets Details

Trust Members; £6
Non-members: £8

Non-members who join Clarets Trust on the night will receive a £2 refund.

If you wish to purchase tickets for the evening you can obtain them from Burnley Football Club Reception or by phoning: 07890 454644 Please bear in mind only 150 tickets will be available so please act quickly if you want to come along and have a great night out.

The price of the ticket also includes a Pie & Peas Supper.

Full Bar Facilities will also be available.

There will be some further entertainment and a few surprise guests will be turning up. You can also join in the auctions and raffles.



David Wiseman will also be at the event and will be hosting a quiz. The winner will receive a free signed copy of his new book 'The Burnley FC Miscellany` You will also be able to buy copies of the signed book on the night with £2/book sold being donated to Clarets Trust



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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Thursday August 27 2009
Time: 8:27AM

Comments

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If anybody would like to go, please order tickets as described above or let me know via email and I will try and help you get them. Also email me if you have any questions or raise them in the Clarets Trust forum hosted here on Vital Burnley
turfmanphil
27/08/2009 08:34:00
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I'm really looking forward to going to this event - should be a reet good do!
BarnseyWTBM
27/08/2009 09:20:00
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It will be good to hear what Barry Kilby has to say about recent events, the Clarets Trust, the future for the club, ground development and hopefully Owen Coyle. Whatever you think about the Directors at Burnley they have every right to be proud and to have their say publicly.
claretacchio
29/08/2009 12:46:00
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Completely agree with claretacchio. Might be interesting to ask Barry Kilby if he is going to follow in Brendan Flood's footsteps and write a book. I am halfway through Brendan Flood's and enjoying it. It was certainly better than dwelling on events at Stamford Bridge on the train home. Sadly I cannot be there to ask the question myself.
Couch Potato
31/08/2009 08:38:00
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I trust that them that go will give us all the gossip ;-)
8clarets8
01/09/2009 10:43:00
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