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SUPPORTER INFO | FC Halifax Town (H)

Wealdstone usher in a new era on Saturday as David Noble and his backroom team are welcomed to the club when the Stones host FC Halifax Town in the National League at Grosvenor Vale following the postponement Tuesday night's fixture.

With preparations already made through the week by the interim team of Rory Fitzgerald and Alex Dyer, they will take first team affairs on Saturday's game but Noble and his new assistant Neil Banfield will be in attendance and are looking forward to a warm welcome from the fans and ready to take to the dugout fully on Tuesday evening.

With no rain during the week and none projected in the forecast ahead of the game, we are confident as a club that it will be game on as the Shaymen make the trip down from Yorkshire.

Things you need to know:

Turnstiles will open at 1.45pm and we kindly ask all supporters – home and away – to arrive early to ensure you are in the ground in plenty of time for the 3.00pm kick off.

The match will be segregated with Halifax supporters allocated the MODU Stand for seating and the Hawthorne Terrace for standing. Halifax fans must enter the stadium through the away turnstiles which are clearly signposted at the entrance to Grosvenor Vale.

We encourage all fans to purchase tickets in advance online but any Halifax supporters who wish to purchase a ticket at the ground should purchase one at the ticket box at the entrance to Grosvenor Vale where cash and cards are accepted.

The Vale Social Club will be open to both Wealdstone and Halifax supporters pre-match all of whom are invited to sample some of the fine beverages on sale all at competitive prices. The bar will be open from midday with the Ipswich Town vs Maidstone United FA Cup fixture to be shown live on the big screens at 12.30pm.

Post-match the bar will remain open for Wealdstone supporters only with the Man of the Match award being presented.

A full food menu provided by our award-winning match day caterers DDs is available to all supporters and a wide range of options are offered.

Tickets will be available to purchase at the home turnstiles for Wealdstone fans only and both cash and credit cards are accepted.

We encourage all fans to purchase online in advance where tickets can be purchased for a discount and to minimise queuing time at the stadium.

'January Bundle' tickets purchased for Tuesday's postponed Southend United fixture will still be valid for this fixture and Tuesday night's home match against Aldershot Town.

The award winning matchday programme will be available to purchase at the entrance to the Grosvenor Vale site and at various points outside the stadium, both the Kelme club shop and the new WFCSC Club Shop will be fully stocked and open pre match and at half time.

The Field Car Park at Grosvenor Vale is now closed for the winter and therefore parking will be street only or at various public car parks nearby. We encourage all fans to travel to the game by public transport.

Grosvenor Vale has great access to local railway and underground stations, which this weekend are West Ruislip and Ruislip Gardens on the Central Line. West Ruislip is also on the Chiltern Main line out of London Marylebone. Ruislip Gardens is around a 10 minute walk from the ground with West Ruislip a further 10 minutes.

This weekend there is no Metropolitan Line service between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Uxbridge and no Piccadilly Line service between Acton Town and Uxbridge, meaning no trains are serving our nearest stations Ruislip and Ruislip Manor. Replacement bus services are in operation but supporters travelling to the game via this route should allow more time for their journey.

Access to the main car park at the Grosvenor Vale Stadium is limited to Wealdstone players and officials only. Any vehicle attempting to gain access to the main stadium car park who has not had prior authorisation by the clubs General Manager will be turned away by the stewards.

Access to Grosvenor Vale for any vehicle will cease at 2.30pm with the entire area becoming pedestrianised to allow fans on foot to arrive safely to the stadium.

For fans who chose to drive and park in local residential side streets, please park legally, do not block driveways and keep off the curb. Always ensure there is space for emergency vehicles if they need to get access to any side streets.

And last but not least, we sincerely hope that both sets of fans enjoy the game!

Purchase your tickets HERE!


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