Chance to keep piece of history
THE Huntingdon 800 DVD, which features footage from many of the last year s events to celebrate the Town Charter s 800th Anniversary, is selling well. The Card Gallery, Simply Music and Krafty Kats have all reported a great deal of interest in the DVD as
THE Huntingdon 800 DVD, which features footage from many of the last year's events to celebrate the Town Charter's 800th Anniversary, is selling well.
The Card Gallery, Simply Music and Krafty Kats have all reported a great deal of interest in the DVD as well as positive feedback from customers who have bought a copy.
Councillor Jennifer Sarabia, chairman of the Huntingdon 800 sub-committee, said: "We've only had 1,000 made and we think there are still a lot of people out there who are featured on the DVD and will want a copy as a souvenir, but who haven't approached us yet."
The DVD, priced £7.99, is a great memento of the Mediaeval Weekend held in August 2005.
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If you were there, you may feature in the action which was captured by Creative Touch Enterprise.
Proceeds from the sales will fund the Mayor of Huntingdon's chosen charity, the Saxongate Appeal.
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For further information, contact Huntingdon Town Council on 01480 388688.