Double celebration evening 6th May 2022 in McMenemy’s. Celebrating the 1971/72 and 1979/80 Champions teams
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This year is the 50 year anniversary of Lawrie McMenemy’s 1971/72 Division 4 Champions team and to mark the event we are holding a celebration evening on Friday May 6th 2022 in McMenemy’s at Blundell Park. We are combining this evening with a celebration for the 1979/80 team. This event was originally due to take place in 2020 but was cancelled due to Covid. Everyone who purchased ticket for the original event will receive a ticket for this event but if you are not able attend you will be entitled to a refund or you can donate to charity, just let us know. Also featuring on the night will be the launch of the new book Walking Down The Grimsby Road which celebrates the 1971/72 season
Tickets are £15 and in addition there are a limited number of VIP tickets available at £25. The VIP ticket allows you time ahead of the event to meet the players and get photo’s and autographs. The final list of those attending will be confirmed nearer the time but so far we have had positive responses from the likes of Dave Worthington, Clive Wiggington, Tony Ford, Kevin Drinkell, Mike Brolly, Nigel Batch, Harry Wainman and Stuart Brace. We are also very hopeful that Joe Waters, Bob Cumming, George Kerr and Lawrie McMenemy will be there.
The evening will involve a Pie, Chips and Peas supper, Q & A with the players, footage from both era’s, memorabilia, raffle/ auction and of course the book launch.
Given tickets from the original 1979/80 event are valid for this event there will be a limited number of new tickets available (circa 40) and so if you want to attend please be quick.
If you are unsure whether or not you purchased 1978/80 tickets (it is 2 years ago) just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org