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http://www.footballgroundguide.com/leagues/conference/conference-premier/alfreton-town-impact-arena.html

Inside the stadium there is a bar, but this is for home supporters only. However, located just outside the entrance to the ground is the Alfreton Town Supporters Club, which does admit away fans. I personally preferred the Victoria pub on Nottingham Road, which is a only a few minutes walk away, going back up onto the main road. The Victoria serves two real ales (both of which are guest beers which vary) and also shows SKY Sports. A little further along Nottingham Road going towards the town centre is Blueys Bar.

If you have a bit of time on your hands, then you may care to take the 15 minute walk into the town centre (back up to the main road from the ground and turn left). Of choice here is the Waggon and Horses on King Street, which is a Wetherspoons outlet.

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Went in one and it was like the cannon.

Rough as a bears arse. Fact it had bouncers should have been a warning.

Might have been done up a bit now as that was about 8 or 9 years ago.

Spoons is ok though.

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