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Probably something worth writing you your local MP about if you're serious about kicking up a fuss

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I think we may be able to park at Dronfield or Stocksbridge and walk in from there........:blink:

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32 minutes ago, SiJ said:

So pretty much the entire surrounding area on lockdown during matchday. In fact, it goes beyond that - fom 10am to 10pm.

 

What on earth are local residents meant to do if they want to drive?

 

Utter madness.

 

The council's clear agenda laid absolutely bare. 

 

 

Its madness.

 

Who the fizz is at the stadium at 10pm

 

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1 minute ago, Belfast Owl 2 said:

 

Its madness.

 

Who the fizz is at the stadium at 10pm

 

lol

 

That's to cover night matches. 

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Just now, RichieB said:

 

That's to cover night matches. 

 

Makes sense!

 

Although on match days I normally get taxi from city centre to Beres at Wadsley Bridge. Im guessing that won't be possible now.

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Just now, Belfast Owl 2 said:

 

Makes sense!

 

Although on match days I normally get taxi from city centre to Beres at Wadsley Bridge. Im guessing that won't be possible now.

 

Basically they're all absolute twaats and the agenda is clear isn't it. 

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So who is for a Hongkong style slow driving lock down of those same areas Mon to Friday ?

 

My mobility is such that I won't be able to get to the games.

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This basically the plan i posted about 2 weeks ago but in more detail 

 

The only available parking is a School to the City Side of the ground and Niagara Sports ground to the north side and will be charged at £5 a car .............to start with 

 

Starts as of the 17th of October with consultation between 17th Oct to 17th November apparently 

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I reckon the restrictions will be flexible on times they have applied 10 am to 10 pm to cover all possible kick off time 

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Its almost as if Hillsborough has become as dangerous as chernobyl. 

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1 hour ago, mkowl said:

I know we are making a lot of noise on here but I think we need to get this into the public domain even more

 

How long before folk stop coming to games because of this - I promise you after driving 2 hours min to get to home games I don't want to be using public transport or find that parking out the way on Claywheels Lane is now not permitted.

 

 

 

 

 

I park on my mothers drive on Shenstone rd , bang across from the away end . if this happens thats me knackered. 

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and again letter to Clive Betts...

 

Hi Clive,
 
The situation at Hillsborough is becoming much more volatile. The situation now for myself and other disabled fans is that they will be excluded from attending games thus ...https://www.owlstalk.co.uk/forums/topic/285407-sheffield-council-traffic-regulation-order/#comments  
 
Sorry we have not had the anticipated reply from Julie Dore, Alan Billings or Mr Shrubsole.
 
This is/has escalated into a vendetta contrived as a cover for Police incompetence.
 
Please do your best to intervene.
 
Comradely Neville Wright.  
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4 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:

 

I park on my mothers drive on Shenstone rd , bang across from the away end . if this happens thats me knackered. 

I think there are alot of us knackered matey. 

 

Its really getting daft now. 

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What restrictions are being put in place for the surrounding areas of Bramall Lane on match days?

I can only assume they are similar. Right?

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3 minutes ago, Adem Poric said:

What restrictions are being put in place for the surrounding areas of Bramall Lane on match days?

I can only assume they are similar. Right?

Yes, they will probably close Penistone Rd when the pigs are at home too.

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6 minutes ago, Brommers said:

Yes, they will probably close Penistone Rd when the pigs are at home too.

PHEW!

 

I was getting worried we were being singled out there for a minute. 

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1 hour ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

and again letter to Clive Betts...

 

Hi Clive,
 
The situation at Hillsborough is becoming much more volatile. The situation now for myself and other disabled fans is that they will be excluded from attending games thus ...https://www.owlstalk.co.uk/forums/topic/285407-sheffield-council-traffic-regulation-order/#comments  
 
Sorry we have not had the anticipated reply from Julie Dore, Alan Billings or Mr Shrubsole.
 
This is/has escalated into a vendetta contrived as a cover for Police incompetence.
 
Please do your best to intervene.
 
Comradely Neville Wright.  

This has become seriously over the top and disabled and some elderly fans will simply be excluded from perhaps their only pastime. Is there any other ground in the country that has anywhere near these restrictions?  Making the whole North Stand exit through one end is virtually guaranteeing problems and maybe a disaster. Anyone can see that. 

Keep away fans (when there are some !) in for 15 minutes, proper stewarding and sensible policing is easily enough when both exits are open.

people will just stop coming, affecting the club and local businesses.

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The disability discrimination act comes to mind...add to that the objections from locals too... ( im ex Very Rd born and bred ) and this will get thrown out...

 

They are a phooking disgrace... incompetent phookers with blood on their hands...attempting to pass blame for their failures years past.

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2 hours ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

So who is for a Hongkong style slow driving lock down of those same areas Mon to Friday ?

 

My mobility is such that I won't be able to get to the games.

 

Restricting you is a bloody disgrace.

 

I sincerely hope that measures to assist can be provided.

 

Pretty funny in the letter where is says if there are no objections............:mad:

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