Date: 16th November 2006 at 9:21am
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Hereford away, its been a long time and it may well be a new ground to some of our younger fans.

Hereford is a nice town and has a fair few pubs to choose from. Hereford also has the advantage of been just five minutes from the train station and the ground.

Talking of the ground, there is a bar under the main stand which allows you to watch the players warm up in comfort, although a bit of a jog is required around to the away end if you leave it late.

The Oxford Arms at the edge of the car park is usually a home pub but is quiet welcoming and I have not experienced any trouble there.

The town centre has enough to satisfy any taste. Down Commercial road you will find Wetherspoons The Kings Fee, or even the Merton Hotel. Down the bottom of Commercial Road is a pub which serves it’s own brews,if you fancy something of a change. So look out for The Victory.

So for something really different and you arrive early enough,you will find it by turning left and following the ring road to its end, you will come to the Victory Tavern. A selection of real ales and a bar which resembles half an old sailing ship, complete with cannons!

 

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