Witches freeze admission prices for 2009

EVENING Star Ipswich Witches are to freeze speedway admission prices for the 2009 season.Admission to Foxhall Stadium for Elite League speedway will remain at £15 for adults with concessions £12 and children (up to and including 15 years of age) £3.

Elvin King

EVENING Star Ipswich Witches are to freeze speedway admission prices for the 2009 season.

Admission to Foxhall Stadium for Elite League speedway will remain at £15 for adults with concessions £12 and children (up to and including 15 years of age) £3.

Witches promoter John Louis said: “We are lucky at Ipswich to have such a great band of loyal supporters so during these tough financial times we felt it vital to keep the admission prices as low as possible.”


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Season tickets will also remain at 2008 rates, and will be as follows: adults £300 (rising to £325 if purchased after January 31) and concessions £240 (rising to £265). Season ticket holders will receive a free programme ands also gain free membership to the Supporters Club (worth £5).

This package gives a £113 saving over a minimum a 24-meeting season if purchased before the end of January 2009.

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Season tickets will be available from the Speedway Office at Foxhall Stadium on Saturday December 13 from 10am to 1pm with payment by cash or cheque - a passport-size photograph will be required.

Season tickets can also be purchased by sending a stamped addressed envelope (with cheque made payable to Ipswich Speedway Promotions Ltd) to Ipswich Speedway Promotions Ltd, c/o 120, St Gotthard Avenue, Falcon Park, Martlesham, Ipswich. IP5 3RT. Include a passport-size photograph, date of birth and a contact telephone number.

Ipswich Speedway Supporters Club is holding their annual general meeting at Kesgrave Social Club on Monday December 1 at 8pm. After the AGM members of the Witches promotion will be taking questions from the floor.

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