Charity day details

Date

Sunday 22nd May, 9:30am until 6:30pm

Venue

Tedburn St. Mary Football Club, Barley Park, Five Mile Hill, Exeter, Devon EX6 6AE

Tedburn St. Mary Football Club

Details

Below you’ll find links to some of the useful information we have posted about the day so far.

If you can’t see a link to what you are after it may be worth viewing a list of all posts tagged “Charity”, which will include all the posts made so far (these are just the really important ones).

Volunteers

Would you like to volunteer to help on the day?

Travel

Car sharing

Can you offer someone a lift, or do you need help getting to the venue?

Car parking

Are you driving to the event and need to know about parking?

Schedule

Do you need to know when you’re taking part in the world record attempt, or when you’re playing in the all day match?

Dogs

Want to know if you can bring your dog? Sorry, but the answer is no.

Raffle

Do you want to know where to buy more tickets, and where to hand in your ticket money?

Do you want to see some of the many prizes up for offer in the raffle?

The Flyer

Charity Day A4 Flyer

Charity day car parking

The car park will be open from 8am until 7pm on the day.

A fee of £2 will be charged per vehicle.

The car park will be in the field directly opposite the football club. If you are travelling from Exeter the football club will be on your right and the car park on your left, with the entrance to the car park just after the turning to the football club. The car park entrance can be seen on the map below as the lane just to the west of the football club, heading south from the main road.

There will be marshalls in place at all times directing you all the way from the main road to your designated parking slot. The marshall directing you to your slot will take your money once you have parked, so please have your money ready.

Disabled visitors only may park in the football club car park. No other cars will be permitted, not even for dropping off. There will be approximately 300 children in the football club grounds, and their safety is of paramount concern.

Tedburn St. Mary Football Club

Image used: “1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1” (CC BY 2.0) by  DVS1mn