By Paul McGeary
Newton Aycliffe have released the following information for fans planning to travel to tomorrow nights huge local derby with Darlington, to be played at Heritage Park, home of Bishop Auckland.
The game kicks off at 7.30pm, with admission being set by Darlington at £8 for adults and £4 for concessions. Concessions are classed as those over 60, those with valid student cards, disabled (carer free) and those in the Armed Forces.
Children aged between 6 and 16 years of age are admitted for just £2, while children under the age of six go free.
Matchday programmes are available, priced in and around the ground at £2.
There are limited car parking spaces available immediately at the ground, and fans are advised to park in the alternate provisions provided by the club.
Fans are advised to arrive earlier than they would for a regular Northern League fixture, as Darlington have averaged in the region of 1250 at their ‘home’ games this season.
While there is no segregation within the stadium, Darlington fans accomodate the main seated area at Heritage Park and a vast amount of supporters congregate behind the goal, in the covered standing area.
Anyone unsure of where they would be best advised to view the game from, can ask any steward on the evening of the game.
Newton Aycliffe can confirm that admissions for the return fixture at Moore Lane Park in December, will remain as per Newton Aycliffe’s price structure for the 2012-13 campaign.
It is unsure yet whether Newton Aycliffe will be releasing advance tickets for this fixture. An announcement will be made in due course regarding arrangements for the December 8th fixture at Moore Lane Park.