Vale Vaults


Vale Vaults 25-26 October

FREE entry
10am-6pm Saturday | 10am-4pm Sunday
Barewall, Market Square, Burslem

Rob Fielding, the editor of has announced a first for Port Vale FC fans – VALE VAULTS – the first-ever FREE independent, fans’ exhibition of Port Vale memorabilia.

The exhibition has been carefully scheduled to take place on the weekend of the 25th and 26th October 2014 so that fans visiting Vale Park for the match against Leyton Orient can visit the display before or after the game.

VALE VAULTS has hundreds of items dating back to the early 20th century. It’s sure to delight Vale fans of all ages.

Some of the items on display include: rare photographs, items from Vale players, programmes, press clippings, cigarette cards, posters, artwork, ceramics and a video of some of Vale’s greatest moments.

Getting there/opening times: Vale Vaults will be at the Barewall Gallery in Market Square, Burslem (sat nav directions ST6 4AT).

On Saturday it will be open from 10am until 6pm and on Sunday it will be open from 10am until 4pm.

Rob Fielding would like to thank everyone who has kindly donated items to be displayed at the exhibition. He would also like to thank Barewall and Memorabilia Madness for their support.


Founded in 1996, award-winning Port Vale website is the leading Valiants fans website. Described as “a must visit if you’re a Vale fan” by Soccersearch, it has raised over £20,000 for the football club and was named as website of the year for 2014 by 6 Towns Radio.


Located on Market Place Burslem, The Barewall Gallery has been showing artwork attributed to Port Vale since opening in 2010 including the original paintings and prints by Paine Proffitt. Proud supporters of Burslem and the club, Barewall is a great venue for the exhibition and guarantees a warm welcome to home and visiting fans.


Memorabilia Madness are an independent business located in Burslem, their online shop can be found at

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On this day...

  • 1936 Half-back George Shutt sadly passes away.
  • 2008 Mark Goodlad's benefit game sees a Port Vale XI take on a Wolves side.
  • 2015 Port Vale sign goalkeeper Jak Alnwick on a short-term contract.
  • 2016 Bruno Ribeiro's first game in charge of Port Vale ends in a 0-0 draw at Bradford City. (OVF) – all content and images (c) unless specified

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