Useful Information

Weston Homes Community Stadium FAQs

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Are there any hotels near the Stadium?
A
Yes, we are minutes from the Town Centre with a variety of hotels in the local vicinity.  More information

 

Q
What is the smoking policy at the Stadium?
A
As per Government Legislation, there is no smoking throughout the Stadium.

 

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Is there a cash point at the Stadium?
A
No but cash back is available from the club shop and there is a cash point at the BP Servies.

 

Q
Can our delegates have a Stadium Tour?
A
Yes, the price is £5 per delegate.

 

Q
Is there free car parking at the Stadium?
A
Yes, there are over 600 car parking spaces.

 

Q
Do all Suites have disabled access?
A
Yes.

 

Q
How far is the Stadium from London, the nearest train station and airport?
A
London (100 km)
Colchester North Station (2.6 km)
Stansted Airport (61 km)

 

Q
Do you have a restaurant on site?
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No, however, we do have a Café open most times.

 

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Can you cater for special dietary requirements?
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Yes, we are able to cater for specific dietary requirements including vegetarian and coeliac meals (people with gluten intolerance).
Please feel free to contact our coordinators who will be happy to help with your personal requirements.

 

Q
Do your rates include VAT?
A
Please refer to individual pages of the website.

 

Q
Can your sales team assist in theming my event, or source any AV equipment?
A
Yes, our coordinator will be only too happy to assist you.

 

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Can you cater for disabled guests?
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Yes, we have lifts at each end of the Stadium which go to each level.

 

Q
Can I contact you by email?
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Yes, we can be reached at events@colchesterunited.net

 

Q
What other local attractions are there in Colchester?
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Colchester is the oldest recorded town in Britain with many local attractions including:-
The Old Roman Castle www.colchestermuseums.org.uk
The award winning Castle Park
Colchester Zoo www.colchester-zoo.co.uk
To find out more, go to www.visitcolchester.com

 

Q
What are some of the environment saving schemes that have been used in the Stadium?
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Rainwater harvesting scheme used to re-use rainwater to irrigate the pitch.
Translucent sheets used in the walls of the North, East and South stands to allow natural light in as opposed to using more artificial lighting.
Insulated panels in the walls and roof of the West stand to minimise heat loss and heating costs.
High efficiency boilers and water heaters to reduce energy usage.