I didn't want any freebies or anything just some advice on how I could still go and watch my beloved Forest with a temporary disability.
Phone lines will be mad today with people like me seeking out Burton tickets so might just have to sack it off, which I'll be seriously peeved off about.
In hindsight I should probably have got a solicitor on their ass and threatened to sue them for failing in their duty of care. Might have got a response then :-(
Last edited by Roonaldo; 17-02-17 at 09:04.
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If Forest were a shop or a non fan based brand they'd have gone bust years ago for their shocking customer care and product offering
Then again I suppose that's the nature of football. We aren't the worst but we're far from being near the best.
Wouldn't the first rows of Lower Bridgeford be best, you can walk through without having to go up many steps at all and could get out taxi in car park.
You've got a fair walk still to hobble to corner of Trent End/ Brian Clough stand, good luck anyway and fair play to your dedication!
Last edited by redanddeadly; 17-02-17 at 16:09.
Must admit it was handled the best on a Ryan air flight when the guy in front of me was asked to move and they came to an agreement that if he just sat somewhere else for take off and landing he could use his extra legroom seat for the duration of the flight.
My dad (very senior citizen) injured his knee a few weeks ago and was worried about the onslaught of steps up to the upper Trent End.
Enquiries with the club quietly asking if there's some accessibility mechanism - even a goods lift if it came to it - revealed the answer 'no'.
DDA act came into force 1994.
Trent End was built 1995 +-
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There is a lift to the castle club
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Can you get a room for these two up in the castle club?
Hope you got sorted in the end Roonaldo.
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