Last chance for Town concessions

PUBLISHED: 10:03 10 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:35 24 May 2010

CLEVEDON Town, newly-promoted to the Southern League Premier Division, announce that admission charges for the new season will be: Adults £7, senior citizens and concessions £4, children under 16 £3, stand transfer £1. Season tickets purchased before July

CLEVEDON Town, newly-promoted to the Southern League Premier Division, announce that admission charges for the new season will be: Adults £7, senior citizens and concessions £4, children under 16 £3, stand transfer £1.Season tickets purchased before July 17 will be: Adult ground and grandstand £130, £117, senior citizens and concessions £65, £58, juniors under 16 £30, £27.Concessions will include all those of retirement age, anyone over 16 in full-time education and anyone in receipt of appropriate state benefit. The club retains the right to refuse to grant concession rates at it's absolute discretion and all applications at this rate must include copies of valid documents.For any further information, contact Gary Bradfield on 01275 871600 or visit the club's web site on www.clevedontownafc.co.ukSeason tickets are valid for all Clevedon Town home league matches only, and are issued to a named person and are non-transferable. Holders will receive priority right to purchase tickets in the event of there being an all-ticket match involving Clevedon Town.Please make cheques payable to Clevedon Town AFC and return to: Mr M Hatch, 25 Coleridge Vale Road North, Clevedon BS21 6PS.

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