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I am going to visit London from the 23 to the 29 April. I am planning to visit some non-league grounds. Does anyone has any grounds that they recomend. I have been to Tooting & Mitcham (have to see it again), Hendon, Fisher, Barnet, Croydon, Maidenhead, Uxbridge, Burnham, Hayes, Dulwich, Harrow, Windsor & Eton, Marlow and Dagenham & Redbridge.<p>Some of the ground i am planning to visit are: Edgware Town, Leyton Pennant, Leyton FC and Ruislip.<p>Rgds<p>Mats Tallqvist
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Have you been to see Tooting's new ground? You could head towards South London and take in Sutton and Kingstonian.

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Thanks for your help. Are they on the underground? By the way, i have been to Billericay to.

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No but I think they are both close to stations served by suburban services out of Waterloo (I think) check the clubs respective websites for details...

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<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Swedish rebel:
<strong>Thanks for your help. Are they on the underground? By the way, i have been to Billericay to.</strong><hr></blockquote><p>Hi Mats!
Put up Billericays ground for next season, if you're over then and everything goes as planned we'll have an impressive new one until then!!!<p>Per-Helge
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Both Kingstonian and Sutton are at home on Saturday, so take your pick! <p>We'll still be going long after the game with the end of season awards/buffet/disco night from about 8pm on - and you'd be welcome to join us for that. <p>
If you get yourself to Wimbledon, then you can get the train to either local station:<p>Norbiton on SouthWest Trains (for Kingstonian)
West Sutton on Thameslink (for Sutton). <p>The towns are linked by the 213 bus route too, and although it goes past Gander Green Land in Sutton, it'd be a decent walk or 131 bus from Kingston to Kingsmeadow at our end.




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