The capacity of this area was then increased back to just over 2,000 during the summer of 2001 when it was extended with a further eight rows of seats. The increase in capacity meant that other areas of the ground (The Valley End and The Old Main Stand) had their capacities reduced (by a total of 977) to ensure that the total capacity of the ground was maintained at 10,000 to meet a planning obligation associated with the agreement for the 2001 extension. A £275,000 grant from the Football Foundation help pay 75% costs of the building work for this extension. More details of away end extension here
Picture gallery of stand improvements in the summer of 2001.
SPECIFICATION: The actual all-seated capacity of this stand is 2,026 - all seated and all covered in one tier. The all-seater arrangement originally had no fences - instead triangular advertising blocks provided a minimal barrier to the pitch. However, encroachment by away fans on a number of occasions (during goal celebrations) made it necessary to re-instate the permanent barriers. In June 2014, under advice from Thames Valley Police, it was advised that the capacity should be restriced to 1,850 + 16 disabled. This followed incidents in the game with Bristol Rovers in April 2014 and was due to the Club being unable to guarantee that all 'away' fans would remain seated.
There is One toilet block (Male and Female) situated directly to your right on coming through the turnstiles. There is one Refreshment area close to the turnstiles.
HOW MUCH?: For more ticket details go to the Ticket Office. Cash is excepted on the turnstiles although if you purchase your ticket at least one day in advance you should get a discount.
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