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Sixways Parking

By Lindsay Clayton
January 2 2019

After the issues with parking enforcement on Wainwright Road during the Falcons match here is a reminder to help avoid the same problems for the rest of the season.

Check the Warriors Matchday Hub on the Warriors Website Warriors Match Day Hub Link - this updated for each home match

You can book parking tickets online for the following Car parks

Worcester Bosch (WR4 9FN)

Southco (WR4 9FA)

Npower (WR4 9FP)

The Aspire Academy (WR4 9FQ)

Online Parking booking link

Park at WRFC across the roundabout from Sixways where you can park for £5. There is also a bar open to all.

Remember that the law is on their side. It isnít particularly helpful to those wanting to attend matches but there is nothing the club or anyone else can do to prevent the council enforcing the law. From the Highway Code.

Tell everyone you know about the parking issues.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2019:02:12:09:57:23 by Powick Eastander.

07/01/2019 09:55
or you can now sit for 50 minutes and wait to get out of the car park

07/01/2019 10:57
The Park and Ride bus was little better!

07/01/2019 17:42
Or you can pay a fiver to a good cause, (WRFC) walk through the tunnel and be on your way promptly.

Best be early though, itís getting very popular.

07/01/2019 22:42
I do wish you'd shut up about WRFC Ted; it's getting fuller every week!

08/01/2019 08:55
And I donít often use it! Mrs Ted is now well known for a quick in/out drop off though.

I do use the clubhouse pre ko though, so much better than the stadium for ale, food and chat.

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