Torquay United have offered some updated information ahead of our Boxing Day visit to Plainmoor.
The advice is pretty much identical to that offered by Yeovil Town to supporters attending last weekend’s 3-1 win over Woking at Huish Park.
The main points are:
- No COVID-19 passports or proof of vaccination status will be required to enter the ground;
- All supporters are advised to take a Lateral Flow Test before arriving at the ground – although you will not be asked to show evidence of the result to gain access;
- Face coverings are advised (though not required) when at your seat/place on the terrace.
- The club bar, the Boots & Laces, is not open to away supporters.
You can read the advice in full (there’s other stuff about going in the Club Shop which seems like less of a problem for away fans) on the Gulls’ website – here.
Don’t forget that tickets are not available to buy on the day and you need to get them on the Gulls’ website – here. The Ticket Office at Plainmoor will be open from 12pm-3pm for enquiries only.
Obviously, the one thing any of us can’t do is try and guess whether there’s going to be any further restrictions put in place by the Government, as putting ourselves in the mind of Boris Johnson is not a place we’d like to be.
If you are heading to Devon on Boxing Day, don’t miss our Ciderspace Away Travel Guide – here.