New T shirt from Topman

Smiths fans from leicestershire  model our new t shirt
Smiths fans from leicestershire model our new t shirt

We have a new T shirt available, courtesy of Topman, who have helped our fundraising campaign by designing and printing it for us. We are also grateful to 3 smiths fans from Leicestershire who called by last week and agreed to model the new shirt.

Its in black with a picture of the famous sign and includes the club motto
To Brighten Young Lives and Make Good Citizens

The T shirts cost £10 with all proceeds going to the clubOrder yours now!

The Smiths is Dead: Iconic Images from the ‘Dirty Old Town’

Rothwell Street where Peter Hook lived
Rothwell Street where Peter Hook lived

The exhibition ‘Dirty Old Town’ is set in the Billiards Room and celebrates the significance of the area’s red brick streets. Artist Leslie Holmes has collected together a unique collection of archive photographs and pictures by local residents. A place that inspired ‘Coronation Street’ ‘A taste of Honey’ ‘East is East’ and ‘Dirty Old Town’. Downstairs in the Smiths Room, fans and club volunteers describe the impact of Stephen Wright’s famous image of the Smiths outside Salford Lads Club in 1986 and its effect today.

Exhibition dates 16,17,18,24,25 June. Open 12noon – 4pm. Admission Free.

Special events
Friday 16th – BBC Radio Manchester Live from the club 2-4pm
Sunday 18th Stephen Wright charity photo shoot 11am-1pm
Sunday 18th The Other Smiths perform live at 2pm.

Salford Lads’ Club t-shirts and Stephen Wright prints will be available during the events but we don’t have credit card facilities.

The exhibition is supported by Urban Splash and Salford City Council and is part of the Arts Councils 10 year celebration of Architecture Week

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Famous pairing model new T shirts

Famous pairing model new T shirts

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The Goalkeeper and Striker of the undefeated Vinny Peculiar 4 a side football team model the new limited edition T shirts by Kevin Lloyd. The shirts in Royal Blue and Black have the motif:
A light that never goes out. Salford Lads Club est. 1903

To order a t-shirt please visit our shop (t-shirts available from Friday 21st October 2005)