One of Brighton & Hove Albion's longest-serving members of staff will be appearing at the Seagulls Over London tonight, Wednesday, 18th November.
Accounts assistant Edward David has worked for the club for more than 50 years, working as a steward for many years, before joining the club on a full-time basis in the mid 1990s.
Edward is also treasurer of the Collectors' & Historians' Society, and will be joined by the club's head of media and communications Paul Camillin, and both will be talking all things Albion with members at the latest meeting.
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The evening begins at 7.30pm at The Royal Oak pub in Tabard Street, close to Borough tube station and London Bridge station.
Seagulls Over London are a group made up of Albion fans who live or work in London. They meet six times a year to discuss events - usually with invited guests in attendance who have connections with the club.
Membership is £5 per year and all monies collected, along with any donations, are used to cover costs of running Seagulls Over London. Remaining funds are spent on sponsorship of different areas of the football club.
For more details, please contact email@example.com or visit seagullsoverlondon.com.
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