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PostSubject: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:52 pm

AS the redevelopment of the Theatre of Greens continues to gather momentum, season-ticket holders are being invited to take their seat.

Work has already begun in several areas of Home Park, and the focus is shortly to turn to a major part of the multi-million pound project – the main grandstand.

Part of that work will see the wooden seating, which harks back to the 1950s, carefully removed and replaced with a 21st century update.

The club has been inundated with requests from nostalgic supporters to allow them to have their seat to keep as a memento - and so we have made arrangements for them to be able to do that.

The configuration and original installation means it is impossible to extract individual whole, working, seats, so we have come up with five options for supporters who want to preserve their grandstand memories.

The most eye-catching sees the back panel and the horizontal part of a single seat mounted in a high quality open-fronted frame, to allow full sensory access, on a black and white print of the grandstand on match-day, complete with a descriptive plaque. A certificate of authenticity, personally signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams, is included.

As an alternative, the back and seat panels will also be available in a presentation box, this time along with a printed certificate of authenticity, and there is a similar presentation-box option comprising just the back panel of the seat.

The panels will all be sized and rough edges sanded but, otherwise, will be exactly as they were when in use for nearly 70 seasons.

As well as giving 2017-18 season-ticket holders the opportunity to buy their designated seat, the club is also making available a limited number of seats that were not assigned last season for non season-ticket holding members of the Green Army to purchase.

Supporters looking for more than their own cherished seat will be able to buy blocks of four or six that remain after season-ticket holders have been catered for. These will include all available workings.

All the options are available to purchase from Thursday, June 7 through the Argyle Superstore website.

Season-Ticket holders have until June 30 to claim their seats.

THE OPTIONS

Option 1 - Framed back panel and main seat: £199
Framed in a high quality timber-milled 550mm x 680mm tray, hand finished in black/beeswax with open front, so that the seat is fully on show, mounted on a high resolution black and white print of the grandstand on match-day in its final season. Ready to hang. Includes a descriptive plaque and a high quality certificate of authenticity individually signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 2 - Boxed presentation of the back panel and main seat: £75
Presented in a display box and including a printed certificate of authenticity with printed signatures of chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 3 - Boxed presentation of the back panel: £35
Presented in a display box and including a printed certificate of authenticity with printed signatures of chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 4 - A block of six seats: £350
Six complete seats, including – where possible – all workings.

Option 5 - A block of four seats: £250
Four complete seats, including – where possible – all workings.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:59 pm

Tgwu wrote:
AS the redevelopment of the Theatre of Greens continues to gather momentum, season-ticket holders are being invited to take their seat.

Work has already begun in several areas of Home Park, and the focus is shortly to turn to a major part of the multi-million pound project – the main grandstand.

Part of that work will see the wooden seating, which harks back to the 1950s, carefully removed and replaced with a 21st century update.

The club has been inundated with requests from nostalgic supporters to allow them to have their seat to keep as a memento - and so we have made arrangements for them to be able to do that.

The configuration and original installation means it is impossible to extract individual whole, working, seats, so we have come up with five options for supporters who want to preserve their grandstand memories.

The most eye-catching sees the back panel and the horizontal part of a single seat mounted in a high quality open-fronted frame, to allow full sensory access, on a black and white print of the grandstand on match-day, complete with a descriptive plaque. A certificate of authenticity, personally signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams, is included.

As an alternative, the back and seat panels will also be available in a presentation box, this time along with a printed certificate of authenticity, and there is a similar presentation-box option comprising just the back panel of the seat.

The panels will all be sized and rough edges sanded but, otherwise, will be exactly as they were when in use for nearly 70 seasons.

As well as giving 2017-18 season-ticket holders the opportunity to buy their designated seat, the club is also making available a limited number of seats that were not assigned last season for non season-ticket holding members of the Green Army to purchase.

Supporters looking for more than their own cherished seat will be able to buy blocks of four or six that remain after season-ticket holders have been catered for. These will include all available workings.

All the options are available to purchase from Thursday, June 7 through the Argyle Superstore website.

Season-Ticket holders have until June 30 to claim their seats.

THE OPTIONS

Option 1 - Framed back panel and main seat: £199
Framed in a high quality timber-milled 550mm x 680mm tray, hand finished in black/beeswax with open front, so that the seat is fully on show, mounted on a high resolution black and white print of the grandstand on match-day in its final season. Ready to hang. Includes a descriptive plaque and a high quality certificate of authenticity individually signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 2 - Boxed presentation of the back panel and main seat: £75
Presented in a display box and including a printed certificate of authenticity with printed signatures of chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 3 - Boxed presentation of the back panel: £35
Presented in a display box and including a printed certificate of authenticity with printed signatures of chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.


Option 4 - A block of six seats: £350
Six complete seats, including – where possible – all workings.

Option 5 - A block of four seats: £250
Four complete seats, including – where possible – all workings.

You've lowered the price with that shysters name on it,

Then again idiots will waste money on it.

Specially if its in a deep pan frame init .

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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:17 pm

"The most eye-catching sees the back panel and the horizontal part of a single seat mounted in a high quality open-fronted frame, to allow full sensory access, on a black and white print of the grandstand on match-day, complete with a descriptive plaque. A certificate of authenticity, personally signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams, is included."


Nothing like a bit of full sensory access is there?

How parochial, how tawdry, specially authenticated for fecktards. laugh
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:20 pm

Would much prefer one of the post boxes myself.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Tue Jun 05, 2018 10:56 pm

I've always wanted to be authorised as authentic by the banker. Now's my chance.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:58 am

You got to be certifiable to want this £199 horror on your wall...


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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:37 am

Another Jimmy bargain,
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:40 am

If they had sold the urinals* they could really have scored big money...

*full sensory experience
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:48 am

Mind Boggling...
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:19 am

If you don't give Jim two hundred quid for a bit of wood then you are not a real fan.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:38 am

Harper ripping the piss over on the Farm
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:43 am

Nice bit of Teak that is. Shame they didn't have anyone that knew what they were doing on this project. Good for a laugh though.
Seats like that are worth a few quid probably about £100 for a row of them, I love the option of buying the seats "with the workings 'where Possible."
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 8:51 am

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You got to be certifiable to want this £199 horror on your wall...


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If they sent me that one with the wonky badge on it I'd send it back. Who the feck is doing that job? If its Jameson he must be myopic.
I love the way they have got the iconic CURVED roof of the grandstand in there as well. lol!
Lol my bad it's the iconic curved roof of the Demport, it just looks wrong.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:04 am

^^^

Jameson....??   Which one chickendance

Yes why IS that roof curved d1
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:19 am

using a spirit level would've helped.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:20 am

This comment from Jimsing

"Money is the life blood of football clubs"

Why don't some of these simpletons just set up a direct debit to Brents bank account....
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:24 am

In the name of Aviva.

How long before they auction Brents seat?
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:38 am

I'm all in favour of recycling.

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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 9:40 am

Porky will have his seat with the stain on it from the day Brent's lip buckled, memories like that are priceless.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:26 pm

More than flesh and blood can stand
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 4:36 pm

why would i want a seat thats probably rotten for that price!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 5:02 pm

It's Teak mate so it probably isn't.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:09 pm

Tgwu wrote:
AS the redevelopment of the Theatre of Greens continues to gather momentum, season-ticket holders are being invited to take their seat.

Work has already begun in several areas of Home Park, and the focus is shortly to turn to a major part of the multi-million pound project – the main grandstand.

Part of that work will see the wooden seating, which harks back to the 1950s, carefully removed and replaced with a 21st century update.

The club has been inundated with requests from nostalgic supporters to allow them to have their seat to keep as a memento - and so we have made arrangements for them to be able to do that.

The configuration and original installation means it is impossible to extract individual whole, working, seats, so we have come up with five options for supporters who want to preserve their grandstand memories.

The most eye-catching sees the back panel and the horizontal part of a single seat mounted in a high quality open-fronted frame, to allow full sensory access, on a black and white print of the grandstand on match-day, complete with a descriptive plaque. A certificate of authenticity, personally signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams, is included.

As an alternative, the back and seat panels will also be available in a presentation box, this time along with a printed certificate of authenticity, and there is a similar presentation-box option comprising just the back panel of the seat.

The panels will all be sized and rough edges sanded but, otherwise, will be exactly as they were when in use for nearly 70 seasons.

As well as giving 2017-18 season-ticket holders the opportunity to buy their designated seat, the club is also making available a limited number of seats that were not assigned last season for non season-ticket holding members of the Green Army to purchase.

Supporters looking for more than their own cherished seat will be able to buy blocks of four or six that remain after season-ticket holders have been catered for. These will include all available workings.

All the options are available to purchase from Thursday, June 7 through the Argyle Superstore website.

Season-Ticket holders have until June 30 to claim their seats.

THE OPTIONS

Option 1 - Framed back panel and main seat: £199
Framed in a high quality timber-milled 550mm x 680mm tray, hand finished in black/beeswax with open front, so that the seat is fully on show, mounted on a high resolution black and white print of the grandstand on match-day in its final season. Ready to hang. Includes a descriptive plaque and a high quality certificate of authenticity individually signed by chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 2 - Boxed presentation of the back panel and main seat: £75
Presented in a display box and including a printed certificate of authenticity with printed signatures of chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 3 - Boxed presentation of the back panel: £35
Presented in a display box and including a printed certificate of authenticity with printed signatures of chairman James Brent and manager Derek Adams.

Option 4 - A block of six seats: £350
Six complete seats, including – where possible – all workings.

Option 5 - A block of four seats: £250
Four complete seats, including – where possible – all workings.
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:16 pm

Yea Man wrote:
In the name of Aviva.

How long before they auction Brents seat?

Porky is arranging that right now, you've just given him a
Great idea. ld
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PostSubject: Re: Biggest laugh of the redevelopment so far,   Wed Jun 06, 2018 6:34 pm

akagreengull wrote:
Yea Man wrote:
In the name of Aviva.

How long before they auction Brents seat?

Porky is arranging that right now, you've just given him a
Great idea. ld

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