• Richard Scott

Back in the Quadrant.

This Saturday sees the return of Non-League Day, and we at Dunstable Town are offering a morning and afternoon with DTFC. In the morning our stall will be in the Quadrant Shopping Centre from 9am to 12 noon, giving residents and local businesses the chance to speak to us about our club and what we can offer both on and off the field. Then in the afternoon why not embrace Non-League Day and come to Creasey Park to watch Dunstable Town take on Newport Pagnell Town. Kick off is at 3pm. Don't forget, anyone who has a season ticket for any football league club gets half-price entry. So a visit to the Quadrant in the morning, then a trip to watch the Blues in the afternoon, and that's your footie fix catered for, and all for £4! We look forward to seeing you on Saturday. Regards Peter Burrows, Community Engagement Officer for Dunstable Town Football Club 

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