Collectors Club of Great Britain Video Channel
We're delighted to announce the launch of the official Collectors Club of Great Britain video channel. Over the coming months we'll be adding lots of video content to the site, including trips around various events, reviews of new products and plenty of other fun things!
One of our first ever videos is a trip to the MB Toyfairs show at Doncaster Racecourse. Admittedly the day didn't start out well because we forgot our camera - which is fairly crucial to a video report - but the show itself was fantastic and we met a lot of great people. You can watch the video below...
We've also got reports from Collectormania in Milton Keynes - which features some excellent Star Wars fancy dress - and the Buxton Barry Potter event. You can see both of those below. We're planning on visiting plenty more shows and fairs, so if you see us with our camera, please come say hello and perhaps even tell us what you've been buying because we really want you to get involved too.
In fact, if you've got a fantastic collection you would like us to feature, then let us know (firstname.lastname@example.org) or if you're organising an event you would like us to feature, then drop us a line too. Although we can't feature everything, we'll certainly try to accomodate as many requests as possible.
Anyway, enjoy the videos and keep coming back to the website for more because we'll adding new video content every week.
Above - Collectormania. Below - Buxton.
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