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A perfect fit NEW HOME: Greg Penna, Sue and Leighton Rawlings and Bendigo Major League Sports owner Troy Craig with items from Mrs Rawlings’ collection. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN
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NEW HOME: Greg Penna, Sue and Leighton Rawlings and Bendigo Major League owner Troy Craig with items from Mrs Rawlings’ collection. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

NEW HOME: Greg Penna, Sue and Leighton Rawlings and Bendigo Major League owner Troy Craig with items from Mrs Rawlings’ collection. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

NEW HOME: Greg Penna, Sue and Leighton Rawlings and Bendigo Major League owner Troy Craig with items from Mrs Rawlings’ collection. Picture: JODIE DONNELLAN

TweetFacebookBendigo Advertiser, saying that it was an awful shame and, at this point, we were trying to save the hall,” committee member Sue Rawlings said.

“We needed a new venue and this chap responded, Troy Craig from Bendigo Major League Sports Multisports, and said we could use his venue because no one used it on the weekends.

“If it hadn’t been for a letter in the Addy we would never have known that this venue existed and it was possible to use for our show.”

Association secretary Leighton Rawlings said the group was started by a group of men who collected firearms in the 1970s and had since grown to include 180 members across the country.

“It comprised a group of antique gun owners who had historical firearms from the Bendigo Goldfields,” he said.

“About half a dozen individuals got together and decided they would like to form a club and invite along people who were interested. In 1982 we became an incorporated club and from there we have just grown.”

The show will feature a variety of items, from antique fire arms and militaria,to phantom comic memorabilia.

Mr Rawlings, who collectsarmy helmets, Bendigo memorabilia, books and old car parts, said “everybody collects”.

“I used to go into people’splaces and say, “I would like to write an article on something you have got”,” he said.

“They would say, “I don’t collect anything”and everything Iwould walk in there would be something. Even if it was only a cup they kept from ages ago ormaybe they had half a dozen egg cup containers.

“We all have this passion and to some of us it becomes a life long pursuit whereas others collect something that is more family-orientated or to their liking and collect something quite small.

“When you get this disease it can be quite encompassing.”

Association president Greg Pennasaid one of the highlights of the upcoming show would be Richard Arman and his Victoria Cross collection.

While Mr Arman does not have an original Victoria Cross, Mr Penna said the collector had objects connected to the honour.

“He has things like barb wire which got entangled in somebody who won a Victoria Cross,” he said.

“He is a goldmine of information. Ask him anything about the Victoria Cross and he knows it.”

Other highlights includeJoyce Cheong and her button collection, Eldred Johnstone who has a collection of shearer’s equipment andJohn Oakes who has a pocket knife collection.

Mr Penna said there would be 120 traders spread across the complex.

The show is on August 23 from 9am to 5pm and 24 from 9am to 3pm.

On site catering will be available.

The Bendigo Major League Multisports Complex is located at 1-3 Waterson Court, Golden Square.

Entry costs $10 for families, $5 for singles and 44 for concession.

For more information about the club and show, visitwww.collectorsbendigo苏州美甲美睫培训学校.au

To make bookings a the Bendigo Major League Sports Complex, call5447 1077.

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