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Travelling to Hampton and RB

Brian Caffarey
6:18am, Thu 3rd Sep 2009
Have you sorted out your travel arrangements for the Cards’ game at Hampton and Richmond Borough on Saturday? Please note that there is rugby at Twickenham on Saturday afternoon and therefore the roads and public transport are likely to be very busy.

Beveree Stadium
Beaver Close
Off Station Road
TW12 2BX

By coach
Leaves 1pm. Members £10; non-Members £14. Phone the Club Shop to book your place (01483 772470).

By car
From the A3 leave at the junction signed Hampton Court. Follow signs for Hampton Court, which will take you through Esher and past Sandown Park Race Course. Once over Hampton Court Bridge turn left onto Hampton Court Road. After about 1½ miles turn right into High Street, then left into Station Road.
There are signs at the turnings on the Hampton Court Road, Station Road and outside Beaver Close directing you to the ground.

By train
The best bet is probably to go via Clapham Junction to Hampton (not Hampton Wick or Hampton Court), but you can also pick the train up at Wimbledon. The 12.51 and 13.12 from Woking should get you there at 13.53 and 14.23 respectively. The station is about a 10 minute walk to the ground: leave the station and turn left on Station Road. Trains back are at 21 minutes and 51 minutes past each hour. Check for more details.
For various other ingenious routes using buses etc, please see Wednesday’s thread on Card Board!

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