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PostSubject: Rob Caskie lecture Long Eaton (Derbys) October   Wed Aug 28, 2013 11:47 am

I am helping promote Rob Caskies lecture in Long Eaton 22nd October, it is a Charity event organised by Rotary and proceed go to the Kings Village Project Ghana, Rotarys chosen aid project.
For those who have not heard Rob lecture you will be in for a treat of immense proportions, I'll be putting on a display of Zulu war weaponry with hands on Martini Henry, Snider and Swinburns.

Seating is only 170 and over a third have gone already, I have front hall numbered seats. tickers are ten pounds and are first come first served. Please PM me.

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PostSubject: Rob Caskie Lecture Long Eaton October    Wed Aug 28, 2013 2:14 pm

It will be a great night ! .
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