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Final chance to join the Cherry Brick Road



AFC Bournemouth is set to seal the Cherry Brick Road and this is the last chance to secure your place.

December 2012 will see the final orders being taken for the walk of fame that can be found immediately in front of the Goldsands Stadium entrance, and in January 2013, the path will be sealed to preserve the engraved bricks for years to come.

Created in 2010, the stadium's centenary year, the Cherry Brick Road has amassed a host of names including diehard Cherries supporters and AFC Bournemouth legends who have commissioned their own personalised bricks.

Officials at the club have decided to lay a down a selection of bricks commemorating Cherries' heroes past and present, and you have the month of December to secure your brick and lay it side by side with the greats.

AFC Bournemouth legend and Cherries striker Steve Fletcher said...

'I bought a brick on the Cherry Brick Road in 2010, to make sure my family and I will have a presence at the stadium for the next 100 years.

'It is fantastic that the club have decided to commemorate other Cherries' stars past and present by including them on the road, and it is a wonderful opportunity for any loyal Cherries supporter.'


Secure your brick today for the special price of 10 including VAT. Applications close on New Year's Eve 2012, and only red bricks are available.

To order your brick, visit the Club Store today, or for more information contact Emma Wall on 01202 726306 or emma.wall@afcb.co.uk.



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Date:Tuesday December 11 2012

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