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Should a Dog be charged an Entry Fee?

Yes
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No
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Total votes : 38

Should a Dog be charged an Entry Fee

Postby Fingers » Mon Aug 13 2007, 13:19

Following our trip to East Grinstead saturday, which by the way looks fantastic with the new dugouts and stand etc. But I must say it did make me laugh when one of our supporters was charged £2.00 to bring in his Dog. When questioned 'its a dog' the reply was 'he gets a programme! :shock:

So should Dogs be charged to enter the ground?
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Postby seafordtillidie » Mon Aug 13 2007, 16:25

Dogs, except guide dogs, should not be allowed anywhere near a football ground so anybody who takes one should definately be charged, I would charge them double the adult admission charge...






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Postby MITCHELL » Tue Aug 14 2007, 12:25

What would Barking do :lol:
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Postby seafordtillidie » Tue Aug 14 2007, 17:52

WOOF......... 8)
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Postby MITCHELL » Thu Sep 20 2007, 07:57

Or Barkingside :o
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Re: Should a Dog be charged an Entry Fee

Postby SussexMan84 » Tue Dec 07 2010, 17:42

Unless it's a guide dog, I'm surprised the bloke got the dog in. Maybe someone special? Either way, I don't think a dog should be charged, but I guess the thing does take up space. Weird circumstances either way.
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Re: Should a Dog be charged an Entry Fee

Postby whiskywalker » Wed Dec 08 2010, 09:39

Perhaps it can sit in the stands, theres plenty of seats available. :lol:
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Re:

Postby Syndrome » Fri Dec 10 2010, 13:56

seafordtillidie wrote:Dogs, except guide dogs, should not be allowed anywhere near a football ground so anybody who takes one should definately be charged, I would charge them double the adult admission charge...






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