- Published: Monday, 15 September 2014 12:27
Road: Coming from the East or the West along the A96, continue into Elgin until you reach the roundabout that has Elgin Town Hall situated on one corner. Turn at this roundabout onto the A941 (North Street) towards Lossiemouth. After a short distance down this road, take the second road on your left (Borough Briggs Road) and the ground is situated down this road on your right. There is plenty of street parking around the ground.
Train: A train leaves Montrose at 11:10 for Aberdeen, arriving at 11:51. You would then need to change here to catch another train to Elgin. This train leaves Aberdeen at 12:00, arriving in Elgin at 13:27. Please note that you only have about 10 minutes to change trains at Aberdeen. Elgin train station is about a mile from the ground and should take about 15 minutes to walk. As you leave the station turn left and continue up a steep hill. Continue straight on this road crossing two roundabouts and at the third roundabout turn left. Go up this road for some 500 yards and you should see the ground on your left hand side. For coming home a train leaves Elgin at 17:59 for Aberdeen, arriving at 19:38. From here you would then need to change train and catch the 19:47 train for Montrose, arriving at 20:26.
Admission: Adults (Stand £12, Ground £10) and Concessions (Stand £7 and Ground £5).
Sat Nav Code: IV30 1AP
Colours of our Scarves
On Saturday visiting Links Park we have the “the Colours of our Scarves” exhibition. This is a Scottish Government funded Anti-Sectarian research project run by Supporters Direct Scotland . The Photo Graphic exhibition, workshop and survey programme will be visiting all senor football clubs in Scotland and promoting tolerance, respect & understanding while highlighting the shared experiences and emotions that football supporters of all clubs go through following their team. We would encourage all football fans to support their team in a positive and appropriate manner while showing a respect for others regardless of Religion, Colour, Creed, Sexuality, or Gender. To find out more about the project please visit www.scottishfans.org/the-colours-of-our-scarves
The SPFL League 2 tie between Clyde and Montrose has been moved from Saturday 16th August to Tuesday 23rd September and will kick off at 7.45pm AT Broadwood. The original tie was postponed due to a fixture clash with Clyde's Petrofac Training Cup tie against Rangers.
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