Handy Parking - Pride Park - 7/4/18

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  1. knabby crackers

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    I hope this may be helpful for any Bolton fans travelling to Derby by road for the game on Saturday, parking for away fans is available on 2 sites [100 and 400 yards from the stadium] at £6 per car/van [sorry no coaches].

    Presuming most will travel via the M6, leave at Jct15 [A50] and go to the slip road [A6] to Alvaston, go to the A5111 Ring Road island [Blue Peter pub] and go straight across in the left hand lane into London Road, go to the next island which is signed for PRIDE PARK >>>, turn right and go to the next island, turn right again and go along the front of the stadium to the next island, go straight across into RIVERSIDE ROAD, about 60 yards on the right is the FRENGER SYSTEMS car park. This is handier for the elderly and less able supporters.

    For those who may wish to eat/drink before the game, continue along Riverside Road to the last unit on the left hand side, the PRIDE VETERINARY CENTRE car park is handier for the away friendly hostelries [ask one of the attendants for details]. After the game I would advise you turn left out of the car park and then left again at the island this takes you straight back to the road you approached on and then to London Road.

    I hope this helps, have a safe journey.
     
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    Thanks Knabby
     
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    Cheers Knabby ......... as of yesterday we have a further extension of the court case to 8th May. But at the moment who knows if we will still be playing by then. There is already some doubt about this weekends match against Ipswich, which may have to be played behind closed doors, as we haven't paid police or stewards
    Our current chairman plays "payday loan" scenarios, where bills get paid 2 monthly instead of monthly, nothing unusual in a struggling family, but as a club we can't go on Benefits!
     
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