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Tickets and travel: Notts County (A, 28/03)

21 March 2016

Tickets are now on sale for the Sky Bet League 2 match at Notts County on Monday 28th April (k.o. 3pm).

Wanderers have been given an allocation of 310 advance tickets in the Jimmy Sirrel Stand, with more available on the day.

Prices
Adults: £24
Concessions*: £15
Under 18s: £6

*Concessions are classed as seniors over the age of 60, and young adults between 18-21).

Call 01494 441118, visit the ticket office at Adams Park or book online.

Travel
By Adrian Wood

Post code: NG2 3HJ

Recommended road directions
Take the normal route to the northbound M1 (M40 and A43). Continue on the M1 as far as J24. Follow signs for Nottingham on the A453, continuing through Clifton and passing Trent University on your left. At the next traffic lights, continue straight on and follow the signs for West Bridgford (B679). Continue for two miles before turning left at the junction onto the A60 (Loughborough Road) signposted Nottingham. Continue over Trent Bridge and take the first right at the lights into Cattle Market Road (A6011, signposted Southwell, Colwick A612). Meadow Lane stadium is on the right.

Mileage from High Wycombe = 122

If you would prefer not to drive into Nottingham centre, the Clifton South Park & Ride site is clearly signposted off the A453.

Recommended area for car parking
Parking is available at the Cattle Market (opposite the away end) which costs £3.50 a car or at Nottingham City Council's Eastcroft depot (NG2 3AH) at £4 a car. The depot is a five minute walk from Meadow Lane, located just off London Road (A60), opposite Hooters club. The entrance is signposted with banners and is manned by security guards throughout the match. There is some limited street parking in the local area.

Travelling by coach?
OWWSA will be running a coach that will leave Adams Park at 11.00. Travel prices are £16 for adults, £15 for seniors, and £14 for juniors. Places cost £3 extra for non-members. Anyone still wishing to book for this trip should call into the Vere Suite today.

Using the train?
East Midlands Trains offer a regular service from London St Pancras International, with fastest journey time 1 hour 40 minutes. First return service is at 17:32 arriving back in the capital at 19:15. Meadow Lane is about a 10-minute walk from the station. Turn left out of the station along the covered walkway and left into Queens Road. Turn right at the T-junction into London Road. Take the first left into Cattle Market Road (signposted Nottingham Racecourse) for the away turnstiles.

Facilities for away fans
During the early 1990s the ground was completely rebuilt, creating an attractive all seater stadium. The ground capacity is 20,300 (all seated). Away fans are housed on one side of the Jimmy Sirrel Stand, located on one side of the ground. The normal allocation for this area is around 1,300. The views are generally good as are the catering facilities.

Facilities around the ground
I have heard that the Supporters Club at the ground and the nearby Trent Navigation Inn on Meadow Lane tend to be for home fans only. So one option is the “Trent Bridge Inn” near to the cricket ground. This is a Wetherspoons pub. If you travel by train, then just across from the front of the station down Queensbridge Road is the "Vat and Fiddle" situated next door to the Castle Rock micro-brewery. It offers ten real ales, food and children are welcome.

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