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Celebrating 70 years of Radcliffe Boro at Radcliffe Library

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Celebrating 70 years of Radcliffe Boro at Radcliffe Library

A new exhibition by Stewart Fell celebrating 70 years of @radcliffeboro has just opened at Radcliffe Library.

Stewart has been a lifelong Radcliffe Boro fan and has spent the last three years going through local newspapers and records from 1949 to the present day at Radcliffe library to create an exhibition all about his local team. 

On display are team photos, programmes and match reports dating back to the very first match in 1949 as well as information on famous past players. 

For further information please contact Radcliffe Library on 0161 253 7160.


Issued: 21 May 2019.

Picture: Radcliffe Boro fan Stewart Fell at the opening of the exhibition.

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