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We’re planning a new Supporters’ Trust Travel route for Huddersfield at home – give us your feedback

From the success of the RD1 through East and Central Salford and listening to our members and the wider supporter base – we are planning a new Supporters’ Trust Travel route for the Huddersfield fixture on Friday the 25th May 2018.

Take a look at our proposed RD2 route through the North and West of Salford to the AJ Bell Stadium including stopping at Trafford Quays Leisure Village (Chill Factore).

RD2

Proposed route:

  1. Little Hulton Precinct (Stop F), Little Hulton
  2. Royal British Legion Club, Wilfred Rd
  3. The Royal Oak, 18-20 Leigh Rd, Worsley, Manchester M28 1LZ
  4. Worsley Brow / John Gilbert
  5. Trafford Quays Leisure Village, Trafford Way (Chill Factore)

Remember that:

  • You can pre pay on our website or pay contactless/cash to the driver on the day
  • We run a one way home service just after full time

Please use the email address below to register your interest in the service and/or give us your feedback on our proposed route – we will review all the feedback and announce our final plan later next week.

The RD1 is now a well established, well used service with great feedback and an enjoyable way to start and end your matchday experience – get on board!

feedback.salfordrlfcst@gmail.com

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