Tuktuk Day 25

It’s not quite date order BUT being an event it needs to take precedence! On Sunday 4th February I am off to a programme fair. My friend Les Easterbrook introduced me to these fairs a year ago. I don’t think I have missed one since.

This week’s event looks as if it will be the BEST yet so I am very much looking forward to it. The organiser Barry Dixey says,

“This Sunday 4th February 2024 is set to be the biggest West London Programme & Memorabilia Fair ever! We are jammed full of Stall Holders and have even had to turn some stall holders away. Some are having to bring their own tables just to get a space at the event. We could call our February Fair the Emperors’ Gate International Fair as we have Lucas coming over from Poland with items for sale.

There will be a wide range of items available such as Programmes, Tickets, Badges, Autographs, Books, Magazines and much more.

Please get in touch if you are coming and require anything specific.

We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!”

Barry – barry@dixey.net

It’s very easy to find and just a couple of minutes’ walk from Gloucester Rd on the Piccadilly Line, there’s a nice cafe-bar and free local parking.

Dates are for the rest of the year are below. If anybody has any specific requests, please do get in touch and I will try to find the items on the day. No cost – you pay the stallholder direct.

You will be hearing much more over the next few weeks but here is an advanced warning that it will soon be Non League Day again,

“Non-League Day is an annual celebration of semi-professional and amateur football in the UK. This year it takes place on Saturday 23 March and there will be a special focus on marking the 10th anniversary of our partnership with Prostate Cancer UK. 

A number of clubs in the London area will be hoping for bumper crowds on the day and we’re hoping our efforts will help to make that happen. I am delighted that FC Deportivo Galicia will be amongst them”

James Doe
Founder, Non-League Day 

FC Deportivo Galicia are, of course, delighted to be associated with a Prostate Cancer UK partnership and are at home that day against Oxhey Jets. More news soonest.

As always, I hope that you will consider a donation however small to support FC Deportivo Galicia and/or Prostate Cancer UK If everybody chipped in £1 I would easily hit my target of £10,000 and life would be easier in West London whilst the charity continued their great work. A HEARTFELT thanks, if you can. If you can’t you can still help massively by sharing this page about the work of Prostate Cancer. Thanks.


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