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donnynorthbranchdave

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Carlisle and Cambridge away
« on January 27, 2017, 09:55:06 pm by donnynorthbranchdave »
Doncaster rovers North branch supporters club are taking bookings for the games against Carlisle on Tuesday 14th February and Cambridge on Tuesday 28th February pick up times as follows;

Carlisle
Skellow grange 2.45pm
Stick & tape 2.50pm
Adwick 2.55pm
Don valley 3.00pm
Askers 3.15pm

Cambridge
Askern 2.45pm
Stick & tape 2.55pm
Skellow 3.00pm
Adwick 3.05pm
Don valley 3.10pm
Sun inn 3.15pm

Prices are £22/£20 for the Carlisle game and £20/£18 for the Cambridge game.

For booking or any further information about pick up points call 07780316923
Sorry for the lateness of posting these times up
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silent majority

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Re: Carlisle and Cambridge away
« Reply #1 on February 13, 2017, 04:40:09 pm by silent majority »
 
C.U.F.C Match Day Information Sheet
A warm welcome to all visiting supporters from Cambridge Fans United

 Match Day Information
Cambridge United is a fan-friendly club and welcomes all fellow football supporters who come to enjoy all we have to offer at The Cambs Glass stadium (The Abbey.)
Visiting supporters are normally allocated the South Stand. This stand is all seats with a capacity of 1500. For clubs expecting to bring in excess of 1500 the South Habbin Terrace will be made available. This has a capacity of about 1000.
Visiting supporters who are travelling by road are advised to park in areas off Coldhams Lane.
There are a limited number of wheel chair spaces available for disabled supporters. Please contact the club in advance of the match to reserve your space.
Tea bars behind the South Stand have a variety of hot and cold food and drinks available.

For ticket prices information please visit the Club website:
 http://www.cambridge-united.co.uk

You can also contact the club via their direct line 01223 566500 where a member of staff will happily help you with any questions or queries you have.

Commercial Opportunities
There is a limited number of commercial and match day hospitality opportunities. For information on our special welcome to families including mascot packages, please ring the club direct on 01223 566500.

Audio-Descriptive Commentary
This is available throughout the season for all blind and visually-impaired supporters, whether home or away, seated or standing, attending The Cambs Glass Stadium. We will provide a set of i-Pod style earphones, and a pocket sized receiver (10x6x2cm).
This free service is provided and administered by highly trained volunteers, supporters of Cambridge United who are committed to the inclusive enjoyment and comfort of all fans attending.
We strongly recommend that the service is pre-booked by contacting Nick Parker on 07929 589925 or nick.parker56@googlemail.com.

Abbey Helpers
Look out for our Abbey Helpers volunteers wearing their distinctive purple “HERE TO HELP” tops. They are here to welcome, assist and help all spectators both inside and outside the stadium.

Matchday Parking
On-street parking is available close to the ground, but do arrive early as the later you try and park the further you will have to walk to the ground. You are advised to park south west of the stadium, for example off Coldhams Lane.

How To Find Us
Cambridge can be a difficult enough place for locals to drive around, so please follow the link below for details of how to find the ground and the facilities available.
http://www.cambridge-united.co.uk/club/stadium/

Cambridge is easily accessible by road or rail.  For further information please use the following websites:
AA Route Planner      http://www.theaa.com
Train Time Details      http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
National Express        http://www.nationalexpress.com/

If you are only on a flying visit, Stansted Airport is about 40 minutes away and Cambridge has its own small local airport near the ground.

Why Not Stay Over in Cambridge?
Cambridge is an historic University City with good links to other parts of East Anglia and London. Why not make the match just part of a weekend or longer stay? Cambridge is a fantastic shopping location: there are many independent shops and the Grand Arcade has many designer names.  In addition to the world famous colleges and museums in the city, there is also the Imperial War Museum at Duxford Airfield and the historic towns of St Ives and Bury St Edmunds to explore.
For additional places to visit follow either of the links below which also give details of hotels in the City and nearby: 
 
 http://www.visitcambridge.org/ 
 http://www.cambridgetouristinformation.co.uk/ 
 
For the sporting fan, the world famous horse racing centre at Newmarket is only a few miles from the ground. There are races in the spring and during the late summer. If there is no racing on the weekend of your visit, you can still watch the horses out training on Newmarket Heath or visit the Horse Racing museum in Newmarket.

Cambridge Fans United hopes that this information will make your visit to The Cambs Glass Stadium more enjoyable. You will find our white information kiosk outside the front of the ground on match days – please call in if you need any help.

If there is something you think we could include or any web site addresses needing to be changed, please inform us via email at:

 http://www.cambridgefansunited.org/contact-cfu.html 


or write to
Cambridge Fans United
c/o Cambridge United FC                                        Telephone: 07957 344 005                         
Newmarket Road
Cambridge    CB5 8LN

 

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