Witches admission prices for 2011 announced

SPEEDWAY: Ipswich Witches fans will be paying �1 less to watch their heroes in action at Foxhall Stadium next year.

The admission price has been reduced from �16 to �15 as the Suffolk-based club moves down from the Elite League to the Premier League.

And with Peterborough and Plymouth expected to be added to the Premier League soon – the club are happy they will be giving value for money.

A spokesman said: “We will see new teams visiting Foxhall bringing with them new riders.

“We are expecting to stage a minimum of 25 meetings; to include 19 league meetings, Knock Out Cup, local Trophy meetings and the 16-Lap Classic.

“This should lead to more variety and better continuity of racing.”

Season tickets are now on sale – and for 2011 fans have a choice of two options.

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One covers all meetings and the other covers league meetings only. They both include a free programme (except for new junior tickets).

League-only ticket holders will receive their programme at non-league meetings on presentation of their ticket.

Tickets purchased before December 31 will gain from a special ‘Early Bird’ price. Grand stand seat prices remains at �15 for the season.

Last season’s season ticket holders will be receive renewal forms through the post with new applicants contacting Mrs C Ellis, 120 St Gotthards Avenue, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, IP5 3RT.

Admission prices: �15 (�16 in 2010), concessions �12 (�13), juniors (aged six to 15) �4, Under- fives free.

All-meeting season tickets: Adult (last year �320) Early Bird �320, after January 1 �340; over-60’s and students (�260) Early Bird �255 (�275), juniors Early Bird �65 (�70).

League-only season tickets: Adults �250 (after January 1 �270), concessions ��195 (�215), juniors �45 (�50).

Season ticket purchases can be made in person at the Speedway Office, Foxhall Stadium on Saturdays December 11, 18 and January 15 from 10am to 1pm.

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