COLLECTORS wishing to acquire missing copies of 'The Pilgrim' from this season and last season will be able to do so...
...from the club's stand at the South West Football Programme and Memorabilia Fair in the Tribute Lounge here at Home Park this Sunday, March 27. (10.30am - 1.30pm).
There will be a total of nine different stands at the event, including three well-known Argyle collectors: Colin Parsons, Russell Moore and Paul Truscott. They will be selling some of their rare duplicate stock.
Other stand-holders are: the Argyle Fans Trust, Mark Addicott, Paul Gibbs, Gary Pexton-Fleet, Terry's Badges and Westward Programmes.
Admission will cost only £1 for adults, with free entry for under-16's.
Collectors attending the Fair are asked to park their vehicles in the main Park & Ride car park, as the Green Taverners' Car Boot Sale is in the Higher Home Park car park and the manager, staff and players will also be at the ground training and preparing for the Easter Monday home game against York City.
Pedestrian access to the Tribute Lounge will be by walking through the Car Boot Sale in the Upper Home Park Car Park using the double gates two-thirds down the Grandstand (opposite the Argyle Retail Village building).