Bury v Brentford Sat 18th August 2012 | nPower League One | Kick off: 3:00 pm
Visiting supporters will be in the ALL SEATING Manchester Road End (West Stand) which can accommodate 2,800 supporters.
Seating in this stand is unreserved.
Facilities for visitors with physical disabilities Brentford have six pairs of tickets available for supporters who use wheelchairs (and their Escort).
Supporters with physical disabilities will need to have documentary evidence to support their eligibility).
Tickets are £10 for wheelchair user; free admission for Escort.
Please contact Bury FC directly for full details. 08445 790009 (option 3).
Admission Adults £17.00;
Young person £12.00 (16-21);
Senior £10.00 (over 65);
Junior £8.00 (under 16);
Unemployed £10.00 (will need to show proof of entitlement)
Buying tickets Tickets are available in advance from Brentford, but the game is NOT all ticket.
Tickets will be available from Bury on the day of the match.
Bury Ticket Office on 08445 790009 – option 3.
For more information on purchasing tickets for this game, please contact Brentford FC directly.
Gigg Lane is approximately 217 miles from Brentford.
Getting there by road Directions from Official Bury Web Site Exit M60 at junction 17 (s/p A56 Whitefield, Salford). At roundabout follow signs to "WHITFIELD A56, RADCLIFFE (A665), BURY A56" onto the A56.
After 0.3 miles go straight over double traffic lights passing McDonalds on LHS (s/p Bury A56, Radcliffe A665). At lights after 0.8 miles (just after the "BULL'S HEAD" pub) bear right (s/posted "BURY A56"). Straight on at lights after 1.0 miles (s/posted "TOWN CENTRE"). After 1.0 miles turn right (s/posted "FOOTBALL GROUND") into Gigg Lane. Ground is on RHS after 0.1 miles.
Parking Street parking.
Getting there by train Most Brentford supporters would travel wtih Virgin Trains from London (Euston) to Manchester Piccadilly and connect there for the Metrolink service to Bury.
Services between London (Euston) and Manchester (Piccadilly) would normally take around 2 hours and 10 minutes
Whilst the Metro to Bury would take around 30 minutes. There is a regular service with trams running around every 12 minutes at peaktimes on Saturdays.
The Official Bury Web Site publishes the following information to get from the Metrolink Station:
0.7 miles to ground.
By taxi: £1.50. By bus: Nos. 90, 92, 134, 135 and 137 run every ten minutes down Manchester Road past the end of Gigg Lane.
By foot: Turn left out of station along covered passageway and past various bus-stops. At T-junction with Haymarket Street (by the Chicago Rock Cafe) turn left. Straight over crossroads, down Knowsley Street. This comes out opposite `Sergios' and a white monument. Here, turn left along the Manchester Road, towards the `Staff of Life'. Turn left after about 0.5 miles into Gigg Lane.
Supporters are advised to contact Metrolink in advance to check if there are any engineering works taking place on the day that might affect services. Contact information: Metrolink (0161) 205 2000, Virgin Trains 08457 222 333
Please contact National Rail Enquiries for full details on train services and latest price packages: 0845 7 48 49 50 or www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Getting there by coach The Supporters are running coaches and these will depart from the Layton Road car park area at XXam.
• The cost is £XX for Season Ticket holders and/or members of Bees United, BIAS and the Lifeline Society;
• there is a reduction of £X for juniors under the age of 12 and seniors of 60 and over.
• The cost for all non Members is £XX. No concessions available for non members.
To book please call into the "downstairs" reception office on match days or telephone 020 8941 0425