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#1 Honor James

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 09:28 AM

Wigan fan (and Wigan U20s kit man) Richard Catterall, has just telephoned us to say that he has a camera in safe keeping for the young lady who left it, on Saturday, on her seat at Old Trafford at the end of match.

There are photographs on the camera which Richard feels sure the owner would be very upset to lose.

If this camera is yours, please telephone Richard to make arrangements to collect it. As a safeguard, he will ask you to describe the photographs already on the camera.

Please would all other Saints fans help by passing on this message by grapevine, smoke signals, bongo drums, facebook, twitter, text, email, sign laguage and/or semaphore. Also, if you know the webmaster for the Saints' online message board, please ask for this message to be repeated there. I'm sure that between us we should be able to reunite this young lady with her lost camera in record time.

Richard can be contacted on Tel: 01942 512140 Mob: 07935 692593. These are working hours numbers and may be engage at times, but if Richard isn't free to answer please leave a message and he will get back to you.

Many thanks, on their behalf, from Richard Catterall and from the young lady who inadvertantly left her camera behind at Old Trafford.


Edited by Honor James, 04 October 2010 - 09:29 AM.

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