A bandstand at Anfield

Wednesday, October 27 – 1886
To the Editors of the Liverpool Courier.
Sir, – I see that a long needed want has been supplied by the erection of a bandstand on the ground of the Everton Club. Might I suggest the issue of season tickets or a certain number of tickets at a somewhat reduced price for admission to the stand. It would also be well now that the damp season is upon up, and the winter is in close proximity, if the committee would kindly see that the reserved portion of the ground is covered with cinders. It might also, with advantage, at the same time be sloped. –Yours, etc., J.A.
(Liverpool Courier, 27-10-1886)

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