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Away guide: Meadow Lane

11 March 2014

Karl Robinson’s men make the trip to Notts County tonight and mkdons.com are here to bring you all the info you need ahead of your journey.

Address: 
Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ
Tickets are priced as follows:

Tickets:

Adults: £24
Seniors (Over 60s): £15
Young adults (16-21): £15
Unemployed: £15
Juniors (Under-16s): £6
Wheelchair users: Pay as applicable, free carer included

Ambulant Disabled: Pay as applicable, free carer included Going by coach?

Official away travel is available for this match, priced at £16 for adults and £15 for seniors, disabled and U18 supporters. Members and season ticket holders are entitled to a £1 discount on coach tickets. Coaches will depart 
stadiummk
 at 4pm. Going by car?


Leave the M1 at Junction 26 and take the A610 towards Nottingham and then follow the signs for Melton Mowbray. Turn left before the River Trent in to Meadow Lane.

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. The entrance is signposted with banners and is manned by security guards throughout the match. Otherwise, there is plenty of street parking.
Accomodation for away fans

Away fans are housed on one side of the Jimmy Sirrel Stand. The normal allocation for this area will be around 1,300.
 The views are generally good as are
the catering facilities. Where to drink?

There are a few pubs around the ground that let away supporters in. They are quite friendly and serve good real ale. On the main London Road, just across from the hump back bridge over the canal, is the Globe. A comfortable open-plan pub with good food and five ever-changing real ales – it’s listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide (however no children are allowed). Just the other side of Trent Bridge is the Southbank Bar, the Globe's sister pub. It also serves excellent food and has sport on the numerous televisions; three real ales are offered here including one from the tiny local Mallards brewery. 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 10 real ales as well as hot and cold food. Children are welcome
.
 It is also listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide.
Information taken from footballgroundguide.com.
 




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