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Fans invited to “Celebrating Our Football Heritage Workshop”

The FSA is supporting an online workshop looking at the work going on to preserve football’s rich heritage and supporters are encouraged to sign-up.

In association with the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Football Supporter’s Association and as part of the Exeter City FC Museum and Grecian Archive’s latest National Lottery Heritage Funded programme, all are welcome to participate in the ‘Celebrating Our Football Heritage’ online workshop on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 from 10.00am to 12.00pm.

The aim of the event is to bring together people with an interest in football history and heritage to hear about the work of individuals and organisations within the game, and to discuss how to shape this exciting and valuable area of interest and practice.

For the event, Will Barrett and Gabriella Giannachi from the ECFC Museum & Grecian Archive will be joined by Roger Titford (The Great Save, Supporters Trust At Reading, and writer for When Saturday Comes), Alex Alexandrou (The Football & War Network and Solihull Moors FC), Tim Bland (National Lottery Heritage Fund) and Richard Irving (The FSA).

The event begins at 10am on Wednesday, November 4, and can be joined at the below link:

https://Universityofexeter.zoom.us/j/96069217248?pwd=NFdZZlNjTER5anB4bmlLMzlVWGpQZz09
• Meeting ID: 960 6921 7248
• Password: 510675

Should you wish to confirm attendance for the event in advance, or have any thoughts or questions, then please do contact the event coordinator via will.barrett@ecfc.co.uk

Please note, the three initial presentations will all be recorded via Zoom for documentation, research, and sharing, so please do let the hosts know if you would like them to ensure that you are excluded from any of the disseminated footage.

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