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Important information about Saints v L Welsh

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KICK OFF TIME This game will be kicking off at 3:15pm, a slight change to what has been published in some places. There are a few tickets remaining; book them at www.tinyurl.com/SAI-WEL-1415

STADIUM OPENING TIMES Car Parking opens at 12noon, as does the Village area. The main stadium opens at 1pm

CAR PARKING The club recommends using the official car parks on Edgar Mobbs Way, which will have post-match traffic management in operation, with the exit gate at the Wrefords end of Car Park D open for cars heading towards Northampton town centre. Should supporters choose to not use the car parks then they must park with due care and respect to the needs of local residents and businesses in the area surrounding Franklin’s Gardens

CHURCH’S STAND Some significant enabling works have been undertaken over the past month. However this week’s bad weather means that the running track has still to be laid. As a result there may be some uneven surfaces, so supporters in the Church’s Stand need to take extra care

POST-MATCH There is no need to rush off after the action has finished. As with the end of every season we will be giving you the opportunity to thank those players who are leaving the club this summer. There will also be the presentation of the Saints Supporters Club’s Player of the Season in the Rodber Suite, which will also feature live music from Box Eddy

Meanwhile on the main pitch schools from the Elite Insurance Schools Sevens will be showcasing their talents in three exhibition matches, with Sir Henry Floyd Grammar (Aylesbury) playing Comberton (Cambridge), Barnardiston Hall (Suffolk) playing Marston Vale (Bedford), and The Perse School (Cambridge) playing The Cotswolds School (Bourton-On-The-Water)

And should the Saints get the two league points needed to book a home Aviva Premiership semi-final, tickets will go on sale straight after the match has finished. More details will be published separately

CHARITY Tomorrow is the annual Saints With Heart Walk, which raises funds for the British Heart Foundation and the Leon Barwell Foundation. Raffle sellers will be around the stadium; please support this great cause. And across the league Premiership Rugby will be supporting Restart, the charity of the Rugby Players’ Association. More details will be in tomorrow’s match programme