The Eyrie Roar

23/01/1999

 

The Eyrie Roar

23/01/1999

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‘The Eyrie Roar’ was a phrase coined in the fifties to describe the atmosphere at Bedford Town Football Club as the crowd waited for their heroes to enter the pitch. The book BCA compiled is the result of reminiscence sessions with fans of the club, offering a unique record of their memories of the Club’s glory days.

You can purchase a copy of Paul Nicholson’s ‘The Eyrie Roar’ from Bedford Museum or borrow a copy from Bedford Library.

 

 

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