18 August 2015


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Damage to the overhead power lines in the Grantham area is causing disruption between Grantham / Spalding and Peterborough. The following changes will apply until at least the end of service tomorrow (Saturday):

  • A reduced service will run between Grantham and  London Kings Cross
  • Buses will replace trains between Spalding and Peterborough increasing journey times by up to 20 minutes
  • Traines between Nottingham and Norwich will be diverted and not call at Grantham
  • Trains between Grantham and Peterborough may be delayed by up to 90 minutes

For the latest travel details check national rail >

For supporters not making the journey on Saturday to Halifax, you can catch live match commentary from 2:45pm by clicking here>

FC Halifax Town formed in 2008 following the previous financial troubles involving Halifax Town. The reformed side was relegated to Northern Premier League Division One North, where they finished 8th in their first season. The following season earned the clubs first title, and promotion to the Northern Premier League. The clubs stay in this league was short lived as they gain promotion to the Conference North the following season.

Further success was came in 2012/2013 when FC Halifax claimed the Conference North play-off title with a 1-0 win against Brackley Town.

The club then enjoyed a fantastic 1st season back in the Conference Premier, finishing 5th in the league and reached the play-off final where they lost 2-0 to Cambridge. Last season saw the team finish a solid 9th.

Reminder for all those who cannot make the trip, Jeff and David will be providing live match commentary from the ground. You can listen from 2:45pm on Saturday on the link at the front of the website.

Halifax have lost four on the spin after with defeats at home to Torquay and Chester as well as defeats away at Boreham Wood and Tranmere Rovers.

Admission Prices:

Bromley’s supporters will be in the East Stand and tickets will be available from the turnstiles

Adult £17.00
Concession £13.00
Under 16’s £6.00
Under 7’s £3.00

Travel Info:

Address: The Shay Stadium, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 2YT

By Car – Take the M62 exiting at junction 24, follow signs for A629 Halifax into Skircoat Road, then onto Shaw hill where you will find the ground.

By Train – Halifax Railway Station

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