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Bus to Leicester
Discussion started by Monkey1 , 04 September, 2018 10:25
Bus to Leicester
Monkey1 04 September, 2018 10:25
Apologies for posting this up so late, I have been away:

Leicester - 3p.m., Saturday, 8th September 2018

Coach Travel:
Adults - £30 SC members/£35 non-members
Juniors - £15

Depart Times:
9.00a.m. - depart Kingston Park
9:20a.m. - Washington Services
9:50a.m. - Scotch Corner
Depart Leicester 5:45p.m.

To book your place you MUST email Keith Evans: or telephone Keith on: 0781 297 5220. Payment can be made by Bank Transfer (Sort Code: 20-59-61, Account Number: 13503976), or, by agreement, paying Keith on the coach.

As always this will be a good quality and comfortable coach including the all important ‘facilities’. Drinking of alcohol is of course allowed for rugby supporters while travelling in England, but please remember that this is a privilege and we have to behave responsibly if we want this very enjoyable pleasure to continue It really is the best way to travel to away games with your fellow supporters for company.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/09/2018 16:56 by Monkey1.

Re: Bus to Leicester
trummy200 05 September, 2018 16:24
For those making the trip down the Great North Road who fancies a pint before or after. The Swan on Welford Road has reopened as a 'sports pub,' not I understand with the range of beers as before. The Blue Boar (largish micro pub) on Millstone street serves a fine range of changing ales as does the Broood@VinQuatre on Kings Street,(never been there but comes highly recommended from a Tigers mate.) The Bricklayers on Welford Rd (more or less opposite the Swan) is large and popular as is the near by Bowling Green (Oxford St).
Where ever you end up have a great day (hopefully celebrating a good result)

Re: Bus to Leicester
Monkey1 05 September, 2018 19:54
Cheers Trummy, good advice indeed.

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