Queens Park Rangers keeper Peter Hucker pulls off a spectacular save from a cracker of a shot from Drogheda United’s Mick Leech during a friendly match at United Park in August 1979. Photo: Andy Spearman.
As part of Drogheda United Football Club’s centenary celebrations Drogheda Museum Millmount are planning to hold an exhibition on the club's history to be held in the autumn and they're looking for any memorabilia you might have.
Much of the club's recent history is well documented, however there's a lot of information from the 1960's and before that is out in the public sphere and they'd love to see it!
Tomorrow, Saturday 13th April, they're having an open day at Drogheda Museum Millmount where members of the public can bring along their stories, memories, photographs, memorabilia etc of Drogheda United, and the museum will record, scan and photograph what they can.
They're hoping to get lots of interesting information to use in putting together the exhibition and make it really memorable for the people of the town.
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If anyone needs any more information, please contact Drogheda Museum at 041-9833097 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.