Supporters keen to own an historic Notts maquette - a miniature of the Jimmy Sirrel and Jack Wheeler statue which stands proudly on Meadow Lane - have the chance to do so even if they cannot attend the club dinner on 24 October at which entry tickets will be sold and the winning entry drawn
The competition is being opened to all Notts fans at a cost of £5 per entry.
To enter, you need to visit to club shop, hand over your money and complete your name and contact details (legibly, please!) on an envelope which will be provided. Only one envelope can be used for each entry you decide to make - multiple entries must use a separate envelope for each £5 invested.
The maquette on offer is number 137, a real collector’s item, representing the number of goals scored for Notts by Les Bradd in League and Cup matches. Les himself thought of purchasing this maquette when it was available for sale but opted instead to buy number 125, the number of goals he scored for Notts in 395 League appearances.
It’s this figure which makes him the Magpies’ all-time record scorer.
If the winner is present at the dinner the maquette will be presented to them by Les. If not, the winner will be contacted and arrangements made for them to receive the maquette.
All proceeds will be devoted to two deserving local charities: the mental health programme run by Notts County Fooball in the Community project and the choir for dementia sufferers, featured recently on BBC TV, of which actress Vicky McClure - herself a Notts fan - is the patron and inspiration.