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Rovers Road Trip!

Rovers Road Trip!

Our friends at the BRFC Action Group would like to send an open message to all Blackburn Rovers supporters who would like to travel as one for the upcoming Championship season.



First up, Ipswich



Ipswich Town v Rovers

Kick off 3pm Saturday 18th August.

Departing 6.30am

PRICE £20 Return

Including Bacon Sandwiches

Departing from

The Brown Cow

Blackburn, Lancashire

BB2 4LU

To book onto this trip

Please email andy@brfcactiongroup.co.uk



Due to a 57 seat executive being FULL already as demand is popular for this trip, anyone who wishes to reserve a seat must do so as soon as possible as we will be discussing the option of increasing the size/laying on additional coaches at the earliest opportunity.



As you can read, spaces are limited so the team would like to organise this as soon as possible.



Future bus trips to Leeds and Bristol are also being arranged





Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Sasman!
Date:Wednesday July 18 2012
Time: 12:15AM

Comments

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Apparently they are half way through a second coach... if this helps increase away attendances then it's all good!
Mikey Delap
18/07/2012 09:03:00
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get a grip! I have been travelling to rovers away games for years... I don't need a relegation to start followign Rovers away - perhaps if these so called fans had followed away last season we might have done better? it's a possibility... don't celebrate mediocrity.... Holland & Cork first - that's where the hard core will be!
simdohquo
18/07/2012 09:21:00
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