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nico
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Sep 19, 2014, 3:16 PM

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New facilities to be opened up to Daniels’ supporters and local community

"Stamford AFC is to hold a post-construction preview of the club’s new stadium and sports complex ahead of the grand opening of the Borderville Sports Centre.

Friday 26th September will see the doors of the complex opened to fans and people from the local area between the hours of 18:00 and 22:00, with visitors getting the opportunity to walk around the Daniels’ brand new Zeeco Stadium.

There will also be an opportunity to cast an eye over the new sports facilities at the centre, including the brand new 3G training pitch at the ‘New Hedge End’.

The Daniels’ Football Development Centre teams will participate in games on the training pitch to generate an operational aspect to proceedings, while the new function room will also be made available to those in attendance.

The Ryhall Road site, which was partly funded by the Football Association, Football Foundation and the Skills Funding Agency was constructed in fewer than 60,000 man hours by RG Carter and sports specialists Limonta Smith.

The Daniels’ relocation is firmly on the horizon, with the FA due to conduct a pitch inspection towards the end of September, before giving the all-clear for the club to move from their Kettering Road base."


http://www.stamfordafc.co.uk/...th-community-evening



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AndyE
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Sep 20, 2014, 11:13 PM

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Oh dear.

Not only is that new ground exceptionally uninspiring, but as far as I can tell it's two miles out of town up a road with no footpath, and not easily accessible by public transport.

Why are they moving anyway?


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Sep 21, 2014, 12:14 AM

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Oh dear.

Not only is that new ground exceptionally uninspiring, but as far as I can tell it's two miles out of town up a road with no footpath, and not easily accessible by public transport.

Why are they moving anyway?[/reply
Andy, as you'll know, the current train timetable is perfect for leaving after a Saturday game, in either direction, from the present location. I've struggled to find the detail that you have, but at two miles out of town, that would put it virtually in Ryhall. Is that right? Cheers.


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ianh
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yes it is Ryhall road, am pretty sure there is a footpath.
ground is on the outskirts of Stamford half a mile from Blackstones a mile from Ryhall and about the same from Belmesthorpe.

Difficult to get to from the A1, but good for the shops Sly


ARNOLD241
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Sep 21, 2014, 11:31 AM

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Thanks. That would be about two miles from the railway station then. Not so bad but a footpath would be nice!


AndyE
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Sep 21, 2014, 3:19 PM

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Sorry yes, two miles from the station was what I actually meant - it's not a huge distance from where the houses of Stamford stop, but as far as I can tell from Google Maps there isn't a footpath for the bit beyond the houses.

There are a few buses up Ryhall Road, but there is no stop between the last houses and the village of Ryhall. Some bus drivers will stop anyway to let you get off and some won't, but you can't rely on being able to flag a bus down from the side of the road for the return journey.

Delaine Buses 202 from Stamford Bus Station at 1400 could work reasonably well for the outward journey - it passes the ground at about 1407. But as you get off that bus, you'll see the last bus of the day from Ryhall go past you in the opposite direction - it leaves Ryhall at 1402 - so the journey back into town is going to be a long walk.


ARNOLD241
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Sorry yes, two miles from the station was what I actually meant - it's not a huge distance from where the houses of Stamford stop, but as far as I can tell from Google Maps there isn't a footpath for the bit beyond the houses.

There are a few buses up Ryhall Road, but there is no stop between the last houses and the village of Ryhall. Some bus drivers will stop anyway to let you get off and some won't, but you can't rely on being able to flag a bus down from the side of the road for the return journey.

Delaine Buses 202 from Stamford Bus Station at 1400 could work reasonably well for the outward journey - it passes the ground at about 1407. But as you get off that bus, you'll see the last bus of the day from Ryhall go past you in the opposite direction - it leaves Ryhall at 1402 - so the journey back into town is going to be a long walk.

No apologies necessary Andy. I'm just grateful for all the effort you put into your site. If no footpath, hopefully one will come in time. I'm sure that when I first started to look at getting to Huntingdon there was no path on the Kings Ripton Road.


sandhurstbee
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Sep 23, 2014, 1:27 PM

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Sorry yes, two miles from the station was what I actually meant - it's not a huge distance from where the houses of Stamford stop, but as far as I can tell from Google Maps there isn't a footpath for the bit beyond the houses.

There are a few buses up Ryhall Road, but there is no stop between the last houses and the village of Ryhall. Some bus drivers will stop anyway to let you get off and some won't, but you can't rely on being able to flag a bus down from the side of the road for the return journey.

Delaine Buses 202 from Stamford Bus Station at 1400 could work reasonably well for the outward journey - it passes the ground at about 1407. But as you get off that bus, you'll see the last bus of the day from Ryhall go past you in the opposite direction - it leaves Ryhall at 1402 - so the journey back into town is going to be a long walk.


If the bus passes the new ground would they not put in a new Bus Stop outside the ground?



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nico
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Oct 3, 2014, 11:57 PM

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Wonder what's on the side where the photo was taken from?

Maybe nothing or an Atcost stand?
Stamford AFC have bought the main stand from Hucknall Town's ground (it's currently stored in a yard somewhere) presumably for that side.



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The Stamford site does not really give any clues away also nothing on date when the club moves in.
Looking like November at the earliest... a problem with grass growth apparently.




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MCMXC
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Nov 26, 2014, 8:35 AM

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Wonder what's on the side where the photo was taken from?

Maybe nothing or an Atcost stand?
Stamford AFC have bought the main stand from Hucknall Town's ground (it's currently stored in a yard somewhere) presumably for that side.



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The Stamford site does not really give any clues away also nothing on date when the club moves in.
Looking like November at the earliest... a problem with grass growth apparently.



Update on Stamford

The last match at Wothorpe Road was played last Saturday, with the first match at the new Borderville Sports Centre (Zeeco stadium) being on Saturday 13th December.

New Address

Borderville Sports Centre
Ryhall Road
Stamford
Lincolnshire
PE9 1US

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