Dorchester Info.

October 15, 2014

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Dorchester Town have allocated us 2,500 terraced tickets for the FA Cup game on Saturday 25th October. The tickets are for two areas. They are for one side of the pitch and behind one of the goals.

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Ticket Prices are: Adults – £13, Concessions – £8 and Under-16’s – £5.

There are 300 car park spaces available on a first come first served basis at a cost of £5 per car.

 

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To reach the ground:

By car from the M5

Take Junction 23, and then the A39 towards Glastonbury. At Street, take the B3151 through Somerton to Ilchester and then the A37 into Yeovil. Continue on through Yeovil on the A37, following signs for Dorchester.

On the approach to Dorchester, follow signs for Park and Ride, turning right onto the bypass. At the next roundabout take the second exit and continue to the next roundabout.

The ground is in front of you at this roundabout. To get to the car park, turn left and then right into the Tesco complex. At the roundabout inside the complex, turn right again past the entrance to the petrol station and take the left hand fork to the stadium parking area. Terrace entrances are situated adjacent to this, whilst the bar and stand entrances are on the opposite side of the ground.

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From Dorchester West railway station

Dorchester West station serves trains travelling between Bristol Temple Meads and Weymouth.

Alight from the train at Dorchester West station, and exit from the platform adjacent to Do-It-All. Walk down the hill to the traffic lights and the junction where Great Western Road, Maumbury Road, Damers Road and Cornwall Road meet. Turn right onto Maumbury Road, and continue with the market area to your left. At the next set of traffic lights turn right across the railway bridge.

The ground is about five minutes down the road on the left hand side, just after Tesco. The bar and stand entrances are adjacent to the road while the terrace entrances are on the opposite side of the ground.

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