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Workington benefit from World Cup

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Great news about the wider benefits of the World Cup. Great to see ground improvements on the back of winning the rights to host World Cup matches.

http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/sport/town/world-cup-work-on-target-at-workington-town-s-derwent-park-stadium-1.1029685?referrerPath=sport#.UP_brA3fKnY.twitter

Have bought my ticket for the Tonga v Scotland game, just need to wait for k.o times to see if I can fit in the Scotland v Italy game as well, since it's on the same day as Wales v USA at Wrexham. I suspect though that it won't be possible to do both.

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Excellent news - long lasting as well. I watched wigan v working ton many years ago and it was sooooooo cold, hope they install under terrace heating! great lace to watch league.

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Its great news for us up here, its hopefully going to be a great few games at Derwent Park. Our club has seen a few years of slow but sure progress, headed by Dave Bowden who has only just stepped down. Be great to see anyone who travels up for a game, we will be sure to give you a good welcome. But you can buy your own beer.

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I rather stupidly booked terrace tickets for the Scotland v Italy game (money was tight before Christmas) - they aren't installing radiators by any chance are they? :ph34r:

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I rather stupidly booked terrace tickets for the Scotland v Italy game (money was tight before Christmas) - they aren't installing radiators by any chance are they? :ph34r:

Just find a Sellafield worker and stand next to them, you'll get a nice warm glow from them....

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I rather stupidly booked terrace tickets for the Scotland v Italy game (money was tight before Christmas) - they aren't installing radiators by any chance are they? :ph34r:

Don't worry October and November are usually our warmest months. ;) ;)

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