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Worcester City Match Details

Worcester City Match Details

James Rushton26 Apr - 16:00
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The Plums welcome Hellenic League Champions, Worcester City, to the Recruit12 Community Stadium tomorrow afternoon.

Steve Webb's Pershore Town side will complete their Hellenic League season tomorrow afternoon at the Recruit12 Community Stadium with local rivals, Worcester City, the visitors.

All tickets for the game are to be purchased on the day, with no pre-sale available. Entry to the game is to be paid upon entrance into the clubs car park. Payments can be made via cash or card payments.

Adults - £7
Concession - £4
Under 16's - £2

Parking at the club will be available from 1PM with the club hopeful of parking cars on the 'back pitch' should the weather hold out. Parking is charged at £2, again paid upon entry to the car park and there will be volunteers on hand directing cars.

Pay & Display car parking is also available at Asda, The Old Market and Wetlands. Please be aware that the barrier to the Wetlands car park will close at 8PM and not re-open until Sunday morning.

Pershore Town will open the bar from 12PM to welcome supporters who are looking to sample a few refreshments before the game. The kitchen is then set to open from 1.30PM. Operational throughout the day will be both bars at the Football Club but please note the Function Room bar will close at 5.30PM sharp.

Printed programmes will be available on a first come first serve basis at the entrance to the car park, these are priced at £1 and up to one hundred will be available to purchase.

Elsewhere, the club will run a 50/50 which will not only include the cash prize but also following a donation, the winner will pick up an Airfryer to take home.

We'd like to remind supporters that Pershore Town is largely run on a volunteers basis and whilst we hope everybody visiting the club tomorrow enjoys their day, please remember to drink responsibly.

Chris Cornes' side will lift the Hellenic League Premier Division Trophy on the conclusion of the fixture, a trophy that is very much deserved following an impressive season.

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