Anyone know how many buses are going on Friday from the Ground? and are folk drinking around Trent Bridge Friday afternoon?
10+ I'd imagine.
Last thing I heard on Saturday was that there were 9 coaches.
I booked on coach no 11, around 11-50a.m. Lad who I talked to on the phone thought that maybe a couple me would be added as fans made their plans to travel.
I need to pick up a coach ticket for my mate tomorrow when I pop down.
About the drinking.. go to lyyods.
Can your mate do anything for himself?Originally Posted by Winnits I
What's the deal with coaches - can I go and get 2 coach tickets for me and Flagman's Dad, or is there some special club sort of thing?Originally Posted by Winnits I
Also, if I can get, d'you know what time they leave (just trying to squeeze work in around the demands of bastard television )
Almost certainly banned under DCFC ground regs (can't find them to check, but I'd be amazed if they're different to ours) ..they are prohibited at the CG, sadly.Originally Posted by Shanks
"This statement is false."
anyone know where all the forest boys will be hanging out drinking in the day?
Just go into the main ticket office and ask for coach travel to the Derby game for 2 people,Originally Posted by 'Sir' Flagman
Its £8 per ticket and the coaches leave the Brian Clough main carpark at 5.30pm
If driving to the CG you can also park your car in the Brian Clough carpark for free too.
Buses leave BC stand car park at 5-30p.m. No special club , just ring up ticket office and book, all they asked for was a client refernce number and credit card details.
Is there a pub that anyone knows of in Derby will accept a load of excitable Forest supporters before the game?
We're starting off in Loughborough and then getting a taxi to Derby (avoiding the trains so we don't get frog-marched to the ground.
If there's nowhere decent to go we'll just get to the ground early and drink there cos the atmosphere was amazing last time.
Ohhhhhhhhh Commons is a Judas.....
where is that?Originally Posted by JackNighty
There are 12 coaches as it stands. FACT.
A small town somewhere in the middle maybe.Originally Posted by VanHooijdonk
Long Eaton by anychance?Originally Posted by Kilburn Red
theres a pub called 'the navigation' on london road in derby, that we go to every time we play at pride park, always a great atmosphere.. full of trickies! hope this helps. uu redsOriginally Posted by Lizardinho
highly possibleOriginally Posted by karlos Benitos
Excellent! Very helpful, thanks EddyOriginally Posted by EDDY_FOREST
I'm catching the 2.55 express from Havant, non stop to Prideless Park.
I'll probably be catching the late train to Derby but will be out and about in Nottingham nice and early to start drinking
Quite excited, but also nervous ...
Was talking to Winnits last night about plans for Fri and came up with this (possible) little gem.
Grab a bite to eat in town about 1 to line the stomach, maybe RedHot?
Jump on the Rainbow 5 from Friar Lane and get a ZigZag ticket for £4.40 which allows us to jump on and off the bus as much as we like.
Pub crawl to Derby by bus. The Rainbow 5 goes through Beeston, Chilwell, Long Eaton, Breaston, Draycott, Spondon, Chaddeston and Derby. Jump off the bus a pint (or two) and back on the next bus. Then into an away pub in Derby when we get there (if we can find one) for a couple more drinks and a sing song before wandering over to the match.
Avoids all the hassle on the overcrowded trains or being held by the Police in the cold station waiting for the next train before being frogmarched down to the ground.
If you can't make it at 1 due to work or other reasons the idea of doing the pub crawl by bus is to allow people to catch us up along the way.