Basingstoke Town have issued the following information regarding the Bulls’ trip to the Camrose this weekend, which includes details of the ground segregation that will be put in place.

The match will not be all ticket, but ground tickets can be purchased before the game if supporters so choose. This can be from the club office, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 10.00am and 12noon. Basingstoke Town season ticket holders do not need an additional ticket for this game.

Gates will open at 2.00pm

The ground will be segregated as follows.

The Mansfield Road side of the ground, The Town End and a small area of the Clubhouse End will be for home fans with their access being through gates 1 & 2. For those wishing to sit in the stand they will need to access the stairs at the Town End.

Hereford fans will access through gates 3 & 4 and be allocated the remaining areas of the ground and stand.

There will be extra stewarding on the day. Extra toilets and food bar facilities will also be provided.

There will no exiting the ground at halftime to the clubhouse, anyone choosing to leave at halftime or early in the second half is unlikely to be allowed re-admittance. After the game the Clubhouse will only be open to home season ticket holders, loyalty card holders, supporters club members and community club members, players, invited guests and officials after the 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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