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BEAT THE QUEUES AT RAINHAM TERRACE

5 September 2015

Order your beverage in the Rainham Terrace and collect from the drinks factory kiosk

After proudly opening the new Rainham Terrace at Gillingham FC’s opening game against Sheffield United, fans have been enjoying the variety of food and beverages on offer at MEMS Priestfield Stadium.

With a number of local Kent businesses brought into provide the club’s provision, fans have the choice between a grand total of seven stations to enjoy food and drink.

Gills’ Drinks Factory kiosk is particularly busy on match days with fans rushing to get a pre and post-match pint, as well as have some refreshment at half time.

The club would like to make fans aware of how the drinks ordering system works and methods to help avoid queuing for too long.

Fans are asked to select from The Italian Job, Pub Grub, The Crusty Loaf and Wok, Stock and Two Smoking Pans to place their food and beverage order. Fans will be given their food and a drink token which can be exchanged at the ‘Collection’ point at the Drinks Factory.

This enables fans to avoid any types of queues and head straight to the front to grab their drink.

Whilst there will always be queues at the Drinks Factory at half time, one handy tip to avoid standing around, is to visit one of the other kiosks to order your drink, get your token and go straight to the ‘Collection’ rather than ‘Order’ point at Drinks Factory.

Besides the Drinks Factory, fans can of course visit our Rainham Arm pub where pints are on fast supply for fans.

We love to hear your feedback to all things happening at Priestfield. If you’d like any further information or have a suggestion to help us improve our service please email crichardson@priestfield.com


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