The annual Norwich City Open Day that took place at Carrow Road on Sunday April 29th turned out to be again be a successful fundraising day for FONCY.
Auctioneer Ken Ewing was, as ever, in top form at the Memorabilia Auction, with a willing public helping him to raise around £3,300 (see catalogue for details).
There was the now traditional rush to the FONCY stall to pick up training kit originating from Colney. In total around £2,000 pounds was raised on the stall.
Norwich City Manager Peter Grant was on hand to make the draw for the FONCY spring raffle.
The auction in full swing
John Landamore enjoying himself at Brands
With the raffle raising around £7,500 it all added up to a successful day for FONCY for which we again pass on our thanks to the Norwich fans who make it all possible.
View details on all the raffle winners here.
One person who was noticeable by his absence at the Open Day was FONCY chairman John Landamore who was having something of a jolly at the A1 GP at Brands Hatch.
To be fair to John and Kathy they had purchased the tickets some time ago before they knew there would be a clash of dates.
It seems as though John managed to enjoy himself at Brands despite missing the Open Day for the first time in FONCY history.
11 o'clock Open Day morning and lots of kit to be unloaded
Auction items on display
The calm before the storm
The storm .....