Our Impressions of Queen Street
The ground has a main, covered stand with seating for up to 80 or so fans. There is also a covered stand that runs the entire length of the pitch on the other side. There are a number of disabled fans who do not have a problem with the facilities available, although we have nothing solely directed towards their needs. The main toilets are located within the club house.
The club averages about 200 attendance in the Ryman League Div 2, and has a vociferous group of supporters (about 20-30 in total) who are known as 'The Lardy Boys'.
Directions to Queen Street
From The Station
If the Station is directly in front of you, turn right at the mini roundabout and proceed down North Street, passing the cinema on your left. Follow the road until the set of traffic lights. Take left hand lane. Follow this road until you reach another set of traffic lights. (The job centre is directly opposite). Turn left into Queen Street , go under the iron bridge. You should pass a road on your right called Queensway. About 50 metres after this turning there is a pub on the left called the Queens Head - opposite the pub is a driveway (next to a bookies). The ground is at the end of the driveway.
Local Area around Queen Street
There is parking facilities, which normally cope with our average crowd
Pubs Near Queen Street
Located behind the station which has a non smoking bar and smoking bar. It has big screens and TVâ€™s. It is a great sport bar with very relaxed atmosphere. Itâ€™s a 5 minute walk to the ground.
The Queens Head
Opposite the ground another pub that is good for live sports, although it can get a bit busy at times it could be well worth a visit.
The clubhouse is the cheapest place to get a drink, itâ€™s very friendly and the money taken of course helps to support the club.
Fast Food Near Queen Street
There is a kebab shop opposite the entrance to the Queens Head pub which does the usual kebabs and burgers.