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MK Dons V Walsall..how to get there

MK Dons V Walsall..how to get there

Ground Name:
National Hockey Stadium
Capacity: 9,000 (all seated)
Address: Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, MK9 1FA
Main Telephone No: 01908-607-090
Main Fax No: 01908-209-449
Ticket Office: 01908-609-000

HOW TO GET THERE
Leave the M1 at Junction 14 and take the A509 towards Milton Keynes. At the first island turn right onto the H5 Portway (signposted A509 (A5) Central Milton Keynes). Keep straight on this road crossing eight roundabouts. At the ninth roundabout turn left. The stadium is over on the right. If you do happen get lost, follow the signs for the railway station, as the stadium is located close to it.
CAR PARKING
There is plenty of pay and display car parking around the stadium. This is mostly £1 for five hours immediately behind the home end, but other parking areas can cost as much as £5 for the same period (these areas are indicated by red markings on the roads around the car park bays, so check carefully). However I am not sure what the charges are on a sunday, after 6pm it is free so we could be in for a pleasent suprise.
FROM THE TRAIN STATION
Milton Keynes Central is only a few minutes walk away from the stadium. As you come out the station entrance turn left and the stadium is situated just behind the office block located in front of you.


My thanks to the MK Dons sites and The internet Football ground guide from where this information is sourced.


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Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Thursday March 22 2007
Time: 10:19AM

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