Nottingham Rugby’s kick-off time for their Greene King IPA Championship against Moseley at Lady Bay this Sunday (27th September) has been moved to 3.30pm.
Originally due to start at 3pm, the start time has been put back half an hour on the advice of the emergency services and logistical authorities, to allow time for roads to be re-opened following the Robin Hood Marathon, which takes place earlier on the same day.
The best way for motorists to access Lady Bay before the game is via roads coming into the city from the South, towards the River Trent, as Lady Bay Bridge will be shut until approximately 2.30pm and the diverted traffic from this closure could cause traffic congestion on Trent Bridge, once it is re-opened.
The Scarrington Road Car Park is also effected by the closures and may not be accessible to supporters until approximately 2.00pm.
A full list of restrictions and road closures is available via the following link – http://www.robinhoodhalfmarathon.co.uk/downloads/2015%20Road%20Closures%20and%20Restrictions.pdf
The club would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused and hope that your enjoyment of what should be a fantastic afternoon of rugby is not disrupted.
All tickets purchased with the 3pm kick-off time will still be valid for the fixture.
A limited number of seated tickets for the White Stand are now on general sale and available to purchase by calling the club office on 0115 907 0070.
Standing tickets are now available to purchase using the club’s online ticketing system, with the options of collection from the ticket office on the day of the match or you can also print your own ticket at your home/workplace, which saves the hassle of queues at the ticket office or collection point.
Presently, tickets are available to purchase on the day of the fixture, although the club recommends that you book in advance to avoid match day queues.
Please click here to purchase tickets or click on the ‘Tickets’ section at the top of the website. If you have any queries regarding ticketing, please call the club office on 0115 907 0070.