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Chelsea - Travel Arrangements

Chelsea - Travel Arrangements

The official site has announced more details of todays travel arrangements, to spread the word I might as well re-print it in its entirity.

Important information for supporters travelling down to London on the free coaches.

There will be free car parking on the Events Centre car park in Aston Hall Road.Vehicles should enter the car park from Aston Hall Road.Pedestrians can leave the car park via the rear gates.

The coaches will load on the coach park opposite the Villa Park gates in Witton Lane and on both sides of the length of Witton Lane.All coaches will be numbered.The coach park will contain coaches 4 to 43; the remainder of the coaches will be in Witton Lane.The coaches for mobility impaired supporters will load on the Villa Village car park.

The coaches will depart at 14.30 hours.Please note that alcohol is not allowed on any of the coaches

On arrival in London, coaches 1 to 40 will park under police directions in Imperial Road.The remainder of the coaches will park at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in Earls Court Road. Both these locations are less than a mile from the ground.

The coaches will not drop off or collect passengers from anywhere but these locations, although separate arrangements will be made for those coaches carrying supporters with impaired mobility.

The coaches will leave immediately after the final whistle and will drop off outside the Thistle Royal Angus Hotel in Birmingham City Centre before returning to Witton Lane

Maps of the area showing routes to Stamford Bridge will be available on all coaches.

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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday November 8 2006
Time: 10:20AM

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http://www.chelsea.vitalfootball.co.uk/matchprere.asp?a=37007

Chelsea match preview, I won't have time to do one today, lazyarse!
The Fear
08/11/2006 10:49:00
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Immediately after the final whistle? do we get time to walk back that mile then?!!
leelindsay
08/11/2006 10:56:00
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Enjoy the match chaps wish I could be there, let them know who we are, UTV
steff_the_villan
08/11/2006 11:34:00
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What a let down that showing proved to be, particularly no doubt for the many supporters who were no doubt making a very rare excursion to a foreign field.
glensider
09/11/2006 04:55:00
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Great atmosphere driving down there though. Claret and blue seemingly everywhere.
glensider
18/03/2007 01:30:00
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