Not saying I agree with the Policies of UKIP but I do think they are being vastly underrated.I believe that the public are getting extremely fed up with the two main parties and the lib dems and the press who nail their masts to whatever party they fancy at whatever time.
Let's face it,UKIP are probably never going to be one of the two major parties but they could challenge the lib dems unless they get their act together.Just maybe the people of Britain are getting fed up with the mud that the two and the press keep slinging and it could well play into UKIPs hands
Hope you have a great day up in Lincolnshire (seems an awful long way for a London side like AFC Hornchurch to have to travel - usually it's my lot that get send to the ends of the earth in the FA Cup!)
Anyway, if you need directions - from Hornchurch join the M25 anti-clockwise and take the A1(M) to the B1081 roundabout at Rowthorpe. Take the B1081 until it merges with the A43 and stay on this road (through the town centre) until it forms a junction with the A16 and take the A16 towards Market Deeping. The A16 and A15 roads become one road for a short distance around the west of Market Deeping, but to the north of Market Deeping the A15 heads left towards Sleaford. Stay on the A16 through Deeping St. Nicholas and at the Coronation Canal Roundabout (the first roundabout you'll come to - with the town of Spalding on the left) turn left and cross over the canal. At the mini-roundabout you will want the second exit (heading virtually straight ahead). Stay on this road until it ends opposite a canal and then turn left towards the town centre. Once you reach the road bridge over the canal, turn right and follow this road around until the T-Junction opposite 'Masons Models'. Turn left, follow the road around the bend to the right and then take the first right past Halfords and the Bus Station - the ground will be ahead of you.
For those of you going by train - slightly easier as the ground is right next to the station! You'll need the 11:35 from London Kings Cross to Leeds, getting off at Peterborough at 12:21 and then catching the 12:41 train to Lincoln which arrives at Spalding at 13:03. From Spalding station, cross over the road and walk through Sainsbury's Car Park towards the ground (the floodlights will be ahead of you slightly to the north west). Book in advance and from London Kings Cross it is only £14.50 one way.