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By: iInsure365 Insurance  01/11/2011
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Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Ham United - Monday 24th October 2011

Amongst the auction prizes on offer at the recent Albion in the Community Raceday sponsored by iInsure365 was two platinum tickets for the mouth-watering clash between Brighton & Hove Albion. The tickets, donated by iInsure365 were won by Mrs Lynda Elmes of Brighton. Lynda and her son, were accompanied by iInsure365 managing director Mark Harrington to the game and were treated to a three course meal before taking their seats in the front row of the West upper, in line with the half way line. Unfortunately, things on the pitch did not go to plan, with the Seagulls beat 1-0 on the night. This did nothing to spoil the enjoyment of the evening. Below are a series of pictures. Keep checking our competition page to find out how you can win some great prizes and experiences like this courtesy of the specialists in Landlords Buildings Insurance.

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