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    Official Site: EASTER ROAD OPEN DAY THIS SUNDAY



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    Went along last year. Thouroughly recommend.

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    You would think that the strip will be released this week. If not they're missing a trick

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    Dnipro Kids will be there so if you want to find out how your donations are helping to care for Ukraine's orphans keep an eye out for their stall

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    Just a wee bump for this. Some new displays for this year and some displays/photos that will only be out for the day. There's also a family zone in the Famous Five with some fun activities for the children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twiglet View Post
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    Just a wee bump for this. Some new displays for this year and some displays/photos that will only be out for the day. There's also a family zone in the Famous Five with some fun activities for the children.
    Has the Concourse been decorated yet?

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    Coming to the bbq today and then going on a tour, first time my laddie has been to Easter road with me so looking forward to it, pity it wasnt for a game but still trying to convince him

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    Poor day to put it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Poor day to put it on.
    Whyís that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthMoroccoStu View Post
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    Whyís that?
    Other commitments mainly family all ends of the spectrum today. Canít exactly bump my dad or the kids other grandad to take them to ER and justify doing so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Other commitments mainly family all ends of the spectrum today. Canít exactly bump my dad or the kids other grandad to take them to ER and justify doing so.
    Alternatively, great way to spend Fathers day for Hibs fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frazerbob View Post
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    Alternatively, great way to spend Fathers day for Hibs fans.
    Ideally it would but unfortunately many dads have to be selfless on such occasions and it canít really be justified. If it was next week then there would be no issue at all and I would still ask for it for Fatherís Day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Ideally it would but unfortunately many dads have to be selfless on such occasions and it canít really be justified. If it was next week then there would be no issue at all and I would still ask for it for Fatherís Day.
    The open day is part of the Leith Festival which finishes today. It is part of a programme of events of which the open day at Easter Road is just a small part.

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    Does everyone really spend all day doing ĎFatherís Dayí things? Canít say itís a day that has ever meant that much to me, find these things a bit manufactured, though my 8 year old got me a lovely card.

    Weíre all intending on popping along to the stadium, hope the day is a big success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringothedog View Post
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    The open day is part of the Leith Festival which finishes today. It is part of a programme of events of which the open day at Easter Road is just a small part.
    Ah okay, didnít realise that mate. Last week would have been more popular then. Iím just bitter a cannae go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallpaperman View Post
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    Does everyone really spend all day doing ĎFatherís Dayí things? Canít say itís a day that has ever meant that much to me, find these things a bit manufactured, though my 8 year old got me a lovely card.

    Weíre all intending on popping along to the stadium, hope the day is a big success.
    Generally have to go and visit two sets of parents etc. Not really a Fatherís Day for me but not really the point.

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    Very enjoyable hour plus spent at Easter Road looking around at all the displays (there are many), and just having a general nosy about.

    Given a leaflet with a route to follow, and you just please yourself, wasn't guided or anything.

    Some fantastic memorabilia on display, loads to look at if that is your thing, tons of photo opportunities.

    Loads of families there with kids like my daughter in their Hibs tops, great signs for the future. The club shop looked like it was doing some good business. Still a lot of the away white tops on sale in different sizes for a bargain £15.

    Very well organised, big thank you to The Hibernian Historical Trust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallpaperman View Post
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    Very enjoyable hour plus spent at Easter Road looking around at all the displays (there are many), and just having a general nosy about.

    Given a leaflet with a route to follow, and you just please yourself, wasn't guided or anything.

    Some fantastic memorabilia on display, loads to look at if that is your thing, tons of photo opportunities.

    Loads of families there with kids like my daughter in their Hibs tops, great signs for the future. The club shop looked like it was doing some good business. Still a lot of the away white tops on sale in different sizes for a bargain £15.

    Very well organised, big thank you to The Hibernian Historical Trust.
    Was there any players there? Glad you had a good day.

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    Just spent a fantastic 90 mins at the open day. Highlight for me was meeting Pat Stanton. Nothing was too much trouble. Not only a living legend but a real gentleman. Made my day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Was there any players there? Glad you had a good day.
    Me and my boy met Mickey Weir, if that counts!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90+2 View Post
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    Ideally it would but unfortunately many dads have to be selfless on such occasions and it canít really be justified. If it was next week then there would be no issue at all and I would still ask for it for Fatherís Day.
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    Was there any players there? Glad you had a good day.
    The players are on holiday. Very good day at ER today, very well organised. The shop was going like a fair.

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    Seen a few older players were there today, was really well attended, the wee boy couldn't believe how high up it was at the top of the stand

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    Seen a few older players were there today, was really well attended, the wee boy couldn't believe how high up it was at the top of the stand
    Really well organised and busy. Who were the older players there.... Mickey was coming in as I was going out.... he was the only one I saw?

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    Thought it was excellent. Good to a really large turnout there as well.

    Well done and thanks to the volunteers who made it happen.

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    Really well organised and busy. Who were the older players there.... Mickey was coming in as I was going out.... he was the only one I saw?
    Pretty sure I walked past pat Stanton, one older player as well, for the life of me I couldnt put a name to him as he was before my time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allant1981 View Post
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    Pretty sure I walked past pat Stanton, one older player as well, for the life of me I couldnt put a name to him as he was before my time!
    John Brownlie was there.

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    John Brownlie was there.
    That was him!!! He was in the area just before you go out into the posh seats when I seen him

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    That was him!!! He was in the area just before you go out into the posh seats when I seen him
    Well done Hibs was well run really enjoyed it. Only seen and spoke to Mickey weir

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