KETTERING TOWN NEW HOME SHARED WITH BURTON PARK WANDERERS AT LATIMER PARK, KETTERING TOWN, Kettering Town v Aylesbury United, Calor Gas League Division One Central, Latimer Park, Saturday 7th September 2013

Join Frank Williams and Simon Wright as they end up ‘Going Down the Pub’ to look ahead to the Bulls’ Evo-Stik Southern League Premier clash with Kettering Town.

The match will take place on Tuesday, 19th December with a 7:45pm kick-off at Latimer Park.

It could be a fascinating game with both clubs in play-off positions.

Kettering have released the following additional information:

We look forward to welcoming the Bulls and their supporters for their first visit to Latimer Park.
After due consultation, it has been decided that this game will segregated inside the ground.

Hereford fans will be accommodated at the Station Road end including seating in the stand at that end. Kettering supporters who have reserved seating in that stand will be allocated reserved seats in the Directors/Sponsors stand.

Away fans will be directed to the gate nearest the Station Road end where a temporary turnstile will be set up. We will set up a programme and Klondike ticket selling table, toilets, and both hot food and cold drinks (bar) outlets.

Precautionary fencing will be in place and stewards will be on hand to advise all supporters of the arrangements for the evening.

The clubhouse bar will not be segregated before the game, and there will be stewards in the bar as a precaution. Home fans will have access to the clubhouse at half time with away fans having their own bar/facilities in the ground.

There will be no ‘ changing of ends’ at half time.

The Safety Officer will assess the departure procedures for the end of the game and if needed will communicate this on the public-address system during the second half.

We would ask all supporters to respect the arrangements and each other so that the experience on the pitch can be enjoyed by all.

This is our first segregated game at Latimer Park and others are being considered this season.

Thank you to all supporters in advance of this game.

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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