Dave Fisher clock.

Andy Holloway

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For some time now the clock, presented to ECFC by Dave's family, hasn't worked and it's visibility was obstructed by the TV camera gantry. As such, in a joint project between ECFC and Cans4City, it has been removed, repaired and repositioned on the concourse of the SASS, near to where Dave used to sell match day programmes. At the same time a memorial board, commemorating Dave's contribution to the club' historical archives through his collection of ECFC memorabilia, was commissioned and now accompanies the clock as a memorial to Dave. The clock still needs a bit more 'fine tuning' which will be carried out in the upcoming weeks but 90% of the project is now complete.
 

Andy_H

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It would be remiss of me not to say huge 'Thank-you' to ECFC and in particular; Andy Gillard for his help sorting the Memorial Board out with our good friends at Signs Express, Martin Weiler for supplying the text & photo for it, Justin Quick & John Smith for undertaking the practical side of the move and refurbishment, a true ECFC family style 'Team Effort'.
We plan to have an article in the match day programme shortly.
 

Andy_H

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Great news Andy. Many thanks for seeing this tribute through. Here’s a piece on Dave for those who might not have known him and his contribution to the Club:

This is the same picture of Dave that we have used on the Memorial Board as it epitomises how a lot of people will remember him, rain or shine he was always there at the Well St turnstiles selling his programmes.
 
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