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Vital Swindon Sponsors STFC Party

Vital Swindon Town is delighted to announce we have teamed up with Swindon Town F.C. to sponsor the chocolate fountain at this season's end of season party which will take place on Sunday 4th May.

The event takes place the day after Town play Millwall at the Old Bank in Old Town.

Fans will get a chance to see live entertainment, interact with other fans, players, staff and management of Swindon Town F.C until around 1 am the next day.

Even more as it is a bank holiday, you won't have to worry about calling in sick with 'the flu' the next morning.

To find out all the ticket information and how you can be part of this exlusive event please click on the image below.




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Date:Friday March 14 2008

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