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Old 02-10-2018, 10:02 AM
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Exactly as King William says, park the other side of the Dual Carriageway (cross using the subway)

Park in any of Soberton Road, Bethia Road, St Ledgers Road (in that order) - no parking restrictions, or if you are very early some parking in Queens Park Drive near the Gymnasium, very close to the pedestrian subway.

This area gives a very quick getaway onto to northbound A338 post match.

Loads of home fans park in this area.
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Exactly as King William says, park the other side of the Dual Carriageway (cross using the subway)

Park in any of Soberton Road, Bethia Road, St Ledgers Road (in that order) - no parking restrictions, or if you are very early some parking in Queens Park Drive near the Gymnasium, very close to the pedestrian subway.

This area gives a very quick getaway onto to northbound A338 post match.

Loads of home fans park in this area.
Thanks, gents. Will definitely make a note of this for next season.
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