GALLOWGATE FLAGS – LEGENDS DAY

by • October 31, 2016 • NewsComments (4)917

As you might have seen around the media, this Saturday’s game with Cardiff City has been designated LEGENDS DAY and flagssupermac as part of that 12 giant flags will be raised in tribute to some of the greatest servants our club has had since its formation in 1892.

The vast majority of the flags in display on the Gallowgate End this coming Saturday have been purchased using the money donated by supporters via the Gallowgate Flags group.

Whilst the Gallowgate will be awash with all of the flags previously purchased through donations, pride of place will be the twelve giant flags which are now sitting in a suburban house on Tyneside waiting to be unveiled at St James’ Park this Saturday.

A full display of the Gallowgate Flags means there is a need for volunteers to get to the game early and help out. 2pm would be ideal.

However, no matter where you are at SJP on Saturday, please feel part of this by bringing scarves etc to wave as the display gets underway.

For more information about the Gallowgate Flags Legends Day event, please see an interview with Alex Hurst. Just click here

If you would like to help the display on Saturday, please e-mail contact@gallowgateflags.co.uk

No matter where you are in St James’ Park on Saturday, please get to the game early for the display which will likely start at 2:30pm

If you would like to donate to the Gallowgate Flags activities please click here. 

Every penny raised from fundraising goes to fund displays.

The Gallowgate Flags – Legends Day event has the full support of Newcastle United.

PLEASE REMEMBER – DO NOT REMOVE THE FLAGS FROM ST. JAMES’ PARK AT THE END OF THE MATCH. 

 

 

 

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4 Responses to GALLOWGATE FLAGS – LEGENDS DAY

  1. Phil Bell says:

    This is absolutely brilliant. Good luck with it.

  2. mikey says:

    I can;t wait for this. Will be fucking brilliant.

  3. Colin McCabe says:

    excellent, cant wait to see it, would love to be there to volunteer.

  4. Andy bee says:

    The flags were very impressive. Got up to ground after a quick pint and stood looking down from back of gallowgate , great how they were arranged like gods along the front. Just gazed at them as memories flooded back , stood like an idiot grinning away with sense of history and great pride. Tremendous stuff lads well done!