Covid-19: Supporters are starting to be readmitted to games where possible. However, all clubs have varying procedures to be followed. Please always check ticketing details and other requirements on our news pages and also with the host club before travelling.

For further details on some of the measures we are taking, please see our coronavirus risk assessment and accompanying notes

Directions - Corby Town

By Car

Take the M1 to J15, and then take the A45 exit to Northampton & Wellingborough. At the roundabout with the A43, take the 1st exit onto the A43 (Lumbertubs Way). At the roundabout with the A14, take the A14 towards Kettering and Corby, and then rejoin the A43 at the next junction towards Stamford/Corby/Kettering. At the 2nd roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the A6003. Go through 2 roundabouts, and at the third, take the 2nd exit onto the A6116 and the ground will be on the right hand side.

By Train

Nearest station is Corby. Hourly service with East Midlands Trains from St Pancras and Luton. Approx 2 mile walk. If walking, turn left out of the station onto Station Road, and then right onto High Street. Take the first left into The Jamb and at the roundabout go straight ahead. Just follow the round until you see the ground on the left.

By Bus

We are grateful to one of the Corby supporters who kindly emailed us details of the local buses in the town ahead of next weekend's FA Cup tie. The number 3 bus from the town centre, going to Shire Lodge, takes you to within a 5 minute walk of the ground. Buses run from Stop F in George Street every 12 minutes. The town centre is a 10 minute walk from the station, and there is a bus from the station to the town centre (X4) which departs at 01 and 14 minutes past the hour. Buses from the town centre to the station depart at 1716, 1725 and 1821. The bus fare in Corby is £1.90, which is an all-day ticket for all Stagecoach buses in the town.

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