Reduced Admission Again

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With the game being the massive proverbial six-pointer, the club wants as many fans through the gates as possible and as such, admission to the North Bank and East Terrace will be just £5 for adults and £3 for children.
Admission to the stands is just £10 for adults whilst children can access the East Stand, East Stand and Family Terrace for just £5. Season ticket holders can obtain a free matchday programme by producing voucher J to a programme seller around the ground..
We have seen in recent weeks what difference a crowd can make and yet again we ask that people get behind the team and try and save this club’s football league existence.

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