The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating,Drinking & Shopping

Club Shop: The club shop is located by the Marquee entrance and is open every Home matchday and Weekday's from 10.00 – 4.00., via the General Office located within the rear of the Ground - accessed from Goldington Rd.

Orders can also be placed and any enquiries dealt with by calling 0871 871 1866, and selecting option 0 "club shop"

 

Eating & Drinking near the Ground:

 

Cricketers Arms (0.1m)

35 Goldington Road

Bedford, MK40 3LH

 

Three Cups (0.3m)

45 Newnham Street

Bedford

MK40 3JR

 

The Castle (0.2m)

17 Newnham Street

Bedford, MK40 3JR

 

The Ship (0.3m)

7 St Cuthberts Street

Bedford, MK40 3JB

 

The Gordon Arms (0.3m)

118 Castle Road

Bedford, MK40 3QY

 

The Mill Hotel (0.3m)

32-34 Mill Street

Bedford, MK40 3HD

 

George & Dragon (0.3m)

39 Mill Street

Bedford (MK40 3EU)

 

The Embankment Hotel (0.4m)

6 The Embankment

Bedford, MK40 3PD

 

Fox & Hounds (0.4m)

Goldington Road

Bedford MK40 3EB

 

 

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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