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Pick up your FREE guide to the World Cup

08:00 11 June 2014

The North Devon Gazette has produced a free World Cup guide, available to pick up in Sainsbury

The North Devon Gazette has produced a free World Cup guide, available to pick up in Sainsbury's in Barnstaple, and most local outlets where the Gazette is on sale.


Ultimate guide to football’s ultimate tournament is available now, from the team that brings you the North Devon Gazette.

FOOTBALL fans licking their lips at the prospect of the World Cup, which kicks off in Brazil tomorrow (Thursday), should get their hands on the ultimate guide to this year’s competition.

The North Devon Gazette has teamed up with the Press Association to produce a scintillating 32-page guide – packed with all the news and information you’ll ever need for the month-long tournament.

The free guide features interviews with some of the top names in the game, as well as a handy wallchart to help you (hopefully) plot England’s route all the way to the final in Rio on July 13.

It has been supported by a host of North Devon businesses and is available to pick up at Sainsbury’s in Barnstaple, as well as many local outlets around North Devon where the Gazette is on sale, and a selection of local pubs.

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