Book wants your Arsenal stories
ARSENAL want fans to write about the highs and lows of life as a passionate supporter for a new book. Arsenal Til I Die hopes to reveal the fun, absurd, emotional, peculiar and unbelievable tales that are part of following the club. The book will be writ
ARSENAL want fans to write about the highs and lows of life as a passionate supporter for a new book.
Arsenal 'Til I Die hopes to reveal the fun, absurd, emotional, peculiar and unbelievable tales that are part of following the club.
The book will be written by the fans together with Arsenal in the Community, as part of an innovative project co-ordinated by the National Literacy Trust.
Alan Sefton, head of Arsenal in the Community, said: "This book will provide a legacy for fans who have great stories and memories of supporting Arsenal.
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"The story-writing sessions are perfect for extending our existing education projects which have traditionally involved young people. This gives all supporters an opportunity to get involved in another exciting project."
If you have a story or experiences about yourself, a family member or friend which you feel deserves to go into the book, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or send your stories to 18 Darby Crescent, Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16 5LA.
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