Gate prices 2019
An adult season ticket will be priced at £150 while concessions will be priced at £100
The club is delighted to announce a brand new initiative run in conjunction with the Copeland foundation, whereby u16's will get into matches free of charge. Foundation Chairman John Cox said "The foundation is keen to see as many children as possible attending games and is delighted to team up with the club to this end." Full details of the scheme will be unveiled in the near future.
New programme charge will be £2.50
The club has now gone digital on its season ticket operation with installation of a digitised system, season tickets will now be in a simple to carry photo I.D. format. This innovative operation: is more efficient and will cut down considerably on printing costs.
The club would also ask all of those who have a right of access to the club games F.O.C. such as Press officials, photographers, ex British Lions etc etc that they must come down and get an accredited card form the General manager's office as gate security will be stepped up next season.
Catering is available at the ground from the shop in the Kells end of the ground, Pies, hot drinks, crisps sweets etc all on sale. Also a fast food van situated in the stadium. Hot drinks (Bovril !) etc may also be purchased from a small hut near the grandstand.
The club's own bar on the Ground, the JJ
McKeown bar is open on match days before and after the game and a friendly
welcome awaits all visiting supporters. A disabled area is provided in
the main Grandstand for easy viewing and easy entry and exit points are
available, stewards are available to help. Access to J.J.McKeown bar is
wheel chair friendly.
By car the following routes are suggested:
From the North East take the A69 to Carlisle and then the A595
to Cockermouth and onwards to Whitehaven; From Lancashire and
the south take the M6 to the Penrith interchange (Signposted
North Lakes) and then take the A66 to Keswick and towards Workington,
turning left onto the A595 after Cockermouth.By rail Mainline
from Euston to Carlisle, change to Whitehaven line and get off
at second Whitehaven stop called Corkickle station, just five
minutes walk.(You can hear the roar if Haven have scored!)
the web site of Whitehaven Rugby