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Plans for Cardiff

Joined
Nov 4, 2003
Messages
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Location
Rayleigh
Anyone know what the club is planning to do this time round?
Might be difficult to arrange special trains to Cardiff on such short notice?
 

Guest

Guest
I have heard from somewhere (may have been the programme but cannot be certain) that there will be 1 train going to cardiff
 

KrustyTheKray

President
Joined
Feb 2, 2004
Messages
3,184
Location
Wickford
£50 for train travel!!!!

Looks like i'll be driving again
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Upminster Blue

Manager
Joined
Feb 12, 2004
Messages
1,567
[b said:
Quote[/b] (South Bank Hank @ May 22 2005,10:55)]Anyone know what the club is planning to do this time round?
Might be difficult to arrange special trains to Cardiff on such short notice?
Full details of trains on the official site. Full details of coach travel on the Shrimpers Trust site.
 

lee_sufc

Coach
Joined
Oct 25, 2003
Messages
577
Location
Southend
[b said:
Quote[/b] (The Artful Shrimper @ May 22 2005,13:25)]Am considering driving down to meet up and doss at mates in Bristol, but what's it like parking in Cardiff etc, shuttle buses and all that?

Thanks in advance.
We managed to get parked easily in a multi-storey about 5 mins walk from the stadium. Not sure if it will be any harder getting parked being a Saturday though?
 

wiltshire_blues

Guest
[b said:
Quote[/b] (The Artful Shrimper @ May 22 2005,13:25)]Am considering driving down to meet up and doss at mates in Bristol, but what's it like parking in Cardiff etc, shuttle buses and all that?

Thanks in advance.
There's a park & ride to the stadium. Costs £5.
 

Southampton Shrimper

Team Eggheads
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Mar 23, 2005
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Location
East Hampshire
[b said:
Quote[/b] (The Artful Shrimper @ May 22 2005,13:25)]Am considering driving down to meet up and doss at mates in Bristol, but what's it like parking in Cardiff etc, shuttle buses and all that?

Thanks in advance.
It's very well organised, just follow the signs from the motorway. Last year we were directed to a multi-storey from where you could walk, but this year we were in a different car park where they put on buses. Obviously there was a bit of a queue to get on the buses back to the car park, but it wasn't too bad, actually. The difficult bit is getting out of Cardiff!
 

Guest

Guest
Congratulations from a Brighton fan living in Essex - a good place to park in Cardiff is at the Central railway station, five mins from ground. Im driving down on Sat to cheer you boys on - see you there!!
 

Shrimp in a Kilt

Guest
And I thought no one loved us... Cheers, Langon Seagull!
 

Herts_Cobbler

Guest
I hope for your sake "one" are not providing the trains!
 

Clarky_Blues

Manager
Joined
Nov 14, 2003
Messages
1,162
Location
Stockport
Cathedral Road is the place to park, plenty of free parking, 10 mins from ground and easy to get back on motorway.
 
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