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Villa Park Club Shop Closed This Week

Villa info:

Villa Park's main club store will be closed this week.

The Villa Village shopping outlet will be shut from Monday January 14 to Tuesday January 22 while essential work is carried out inside.

However, the Holte End Store will be open during this period from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and from 10am to 2pm on Sunday.

The Holte End Store is located on the corner of the Trinity Road and Witton Lane junction, just beneath the Holte Pub on the Witton Lane side of Villa Park. It is accessible at roadside level.

Please note, car park facilities are available above this store, on the Holte, which may be accessed on the Trinity Road side of the ground.

Our City Centre Store on New Street is open as usual from 9.30am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and from 11am until 3pm on Sunday.




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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 14 2013

Time: 4:20PM

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Essential work?... thats the transfer budget blown then....... At first, when I saw this, I thought either it was another cut back, or they'd sold out of Lerner Voodoo dolls!
Pride of Lions
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14/01/2013 17:37:00

and I assumed it had closed through lack of interest... :-)
oxfordspur
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14/01/2013 17:45:00

They should just shut down the whole stadium and start playing over the park opposite, would match the pub football positioning and defence we have had on show lately ........ oxfordspur, I would normally rip into you, but I have to agree with your observations. ;)
astonmilan
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14/01/2013 18:14:00

Maybe its shut because the last time Randy was over here he apparently lost his cheque book in there whilst purchasing some villa socks to cover up his villa tattoo which he is now alledgedly embarrassed and bored with. They have shut it down to complete a top to bottom search to find it so we can eventually sign some players this window.
avfcfazza
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14/01/2013 20:37:00

@ astonmilan, my comments are always said in good faith or as in this case jest.
oxfordspur
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15/01/2013 11:05:00

Can't disagree with oxfordspur, spent thousands over the years in that shop ( 3 sons, 30, 16, 12 ) that's a lot of strips, shirts for me every year, etc etc, no more, not till learner starts to spend or *****s off either will do.
eltoro
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15/01/2013 14:39:00

 

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