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Pirate Memories 50" Promo............
Please listen to this important announcement..........
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Felixstowe and Offshore Radio  -

is very pleased to be able to confirm our participation in the Heritage Weekend events in the town
between Friday Sept 12th & Sunday 14th.

Our display of Felixstowe related offshore items, including photos, videos and other archive material
(some never seen before)
will be at 'Fish Dish'
69-71 Undercliff Rd WEST
(opposite the Pier & Leisure Centre)
 between 11.30am - 9.00pm each day
8pm on the Sunday).

   In addition, we have also invited our friends
 at Pirate Memories 
to bring their 'Flashback 67'
display to the Heritage Weekend,
and they will be based at Cotman Hall 
(access via Mrs Simpson's Tea Rooms),
 next to the Fludyers Hotel, in Undercliff Rd EAST,
between 10.00am - 5.00pm each day.

 The Flashback 67 display has a great range
of material relating to Offshore radio in general.

We hope to meet you at some time over the weekend!

                    AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE

Pirate Memories is undertaking a "Pirate Radio Tour"
of selected venues in the UK in 2014,
where we are trying to show as much of the 
'Flashback '67' exhibition as possible.
This tour began in March, when we attended
Radio Caroline's Birthday event on the 8th,
at the Corn Exchange, Rochester.
Further venues have been announced
as dates are confirmed,
and we have secured sufficient funding
to attend the events.
This Tour is costing a lot to operate,
and we are still a long way from our final target....

We have set up an information page here on the website,
which includes a 'Donate' section, 
and we have added a link to our Funding web-page....
See: "UK Pirate Radio Tour 2014" 
We are very grateful to those of you
who have already sent contributions,
and we are still exploring further ways
of finalising the necessary finance. 
We have tried to get to as many places as possible 
and see as many people as we can,
not just halls and museums,
but groups such as Media Students,
Radio Hams, Community Radio...etc, etc...
The list has been open ended.....
If you feel that you can still help this project 
& it might be of interest to a group
you are involved with - please let us know,
and we'll see if it's viable to attend....
2014 is a very important year for Pirate Radio
in the UK - 50 years since the beginning
of Radio Caroline at Easter 1964,
and the start of a cultural explosion
which changed the history of 
Radio & Music forever in the United Kingdom.....
Be a part of it.....Before it's too late!!
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