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Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre

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Old 04-13-2010, 07:01:57 PM
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I would like to introduce myself, my name is Andy and I am a volunteer for the Fred Dibnah Heritage Centre.

I am aiming to raise awareness of the centre and to call on all Fred fans to follow us and if possible offer any assistance that you can.

The Heritage Centre is busily being readied for opening, but we still need help to raise funds to restore Fred's famous home and workyard to its former glory now that planning permission has finally been granted.

To celebrate the long awaited approval of the planning consent and to carry on with the restoration work we are running an exciting competition! Sponsor a brick and you will be entered into the prize draw with a chance to win £7,500.00, a runner up prize of £2,500 or 3rd runner up prize of a half a day Land Rover experience for 3 people. We even have on offer mystery prizes for the next 10 runners up. Check our website for details;

Furthermore, we are new on Twitter and will be tweeting regular updates of how the restoration work is coming along amongst other interesting titbits... So please go to and follow us.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Leon at the Heritage Centre Website - http://do not use shortened links/khvbh or myself through this forum or Twitter.

Kind Regards and thanks for reading.

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Old 04-15-2010, 05:51:06 PM
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Im really sorry but I have misquoted the rules of the competition. PLEASE NOTE The sponsorship of a brick gets you entry to our Spot the Ball competition and not a prize draw. Terms and conditions can be found on the website. Very sorry again for the confusion. Andy
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Fred was a great man. Thanks for your hard work!
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