Plymouth Argyle treat for Pair who helped find pasty
WINNERS of a competition to find Plymouth's favourite pasty have been treated to a VIP match day at Argyle.
And fans Thea Havery and Fred Wills brought some of their luck to Home Park, seeing their team record a home win.
The pair's names were picked out of a draw among thousands of votes in The Herald's Pasty Fit For The Pilgrims contest.
Scores of football and pasty fans chose Pilgrims Pasties to supply the official snack at Argyle.
From Monday to Friday,
Come and enjoy our special menu at £12 per person for 3 course-meal.
Not in conjunction with any other offers.
From Monday to Friday for lunch and dinner.
Subject to availability.
Contact: 01752 424381
Valid until: Wednesday, July 31 2013
Thea, from Noss Mayo, and Fred, from Plympton and their guests were given top seats for the game, with Argyle beating Rochdale 3-1 in the sunshine.
Each were also given the club's white membership, which gets them entry to six games.
Thea said: "I did not vote for Pilgrims, but I had one after an earlier match and I thoroughly enjoyed it."
Thea said she watched a "really good game" with husband Derek and her father Lewis Downing, who has been going to Argyle since 1945.
She added: "We enjoyed the hospitality. We were really well looked after." They were treated to lunch, which was a little bit more upmarket than a humble pasty, and were guests in the boardroom after the game.
Fred, who attended with his friend Jeff Kellaway, said: "Argyle played very well and we sat in the directors' box, which was a new experience for us.
"We enjoyed the carvery and we were very well looked after."
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