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Tickets
Accessibility
FAQs

Saturday 9th June 2018

Doors Open

1pm

Event Starts

3pm

Conclude

5pm

Priestfield Stadium, Redfern Avenue, Gillingham, ME7 4DD

What Can I Expect On The Day?

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Contributors

Noel Robinson

Singer and Songwriter

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J.John and Killy John

Hosts

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With Powerhouse Gospel Choir

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How To Get There

Train

Priestfield Stadium is a ten-minute walk from Gillingham Railway Station.

Bus

Visit www.arrivabus.co.uk for local information and route planning.

Car

The stadium is close to the M2/M20 for those travelling from farther afield. Click here for directions.

Coach

Drop-off
Coaches should drop off and pick up their passengers in Woodlands Road near the cemetery. It is a short walk from there to the football ground.

Parking
We would suggest coaches consider parking in their own preferred place or on the Gillingham Business Park (no more than a ten-minute drive from the drop-off point).

If you’re organising a coach please contact us at connect@justone.org so we can make arrangements for coach pick-up outside the stadium after the event.

Car Parking

Priestfield Stadium is located in a largely residential area. Most of the immediate street parking around the ground is ‘Zone A’ and limited to one hour’s parking only. Disabled visitors with a Blue Badge can park for up to three hours.

There are a number of paid car parks within a 15-minute walk.

Croneen’s, Railway Street
ME7 1YF – 190 spaces

Gillingham Station (open 24hrs)
ME7 1XE – 150 spaces

Balmoral Gardens (max stay 4 hours)
ME7 4PP – 126 spaces

Britton Farm (max stay 4 hours)
ME7 1DG – 147 spaces


FAQs

Gates open at 1pm on Saturday 9th June 2018.

Tickets are priced at £5.

Tickets are allocated per block – seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis within each block.

Please bring a paper copy/print out of your ticket.

Tickets are transferable but can only be used by one person!

Unfortunately we are not able to provide refunds for any tickets lost. However, any tickets bought online can often be reprinted. Please consider buying another from your church or on the website if this is not possible.

Tickets should be purchased in advance. We are working with the stadium to see if they can be purchased on the day through the stadium ticket office.

Due to the stadium’s health and safety policies it will not be possible to allow re-entry.

Soft drinks, snacks, and small bags are fine. Please refrain from bringing large bags/suitcases as these will not be permitted. All knives and weapons are prohibited. If you have any queries please ask us in advance and follow the direction of stewards and any security staff once at the venue.

Food and drink can be brought into the stadium or purchased from one of the many outlets inside the stadium. Doors open at 1pm to allow plenty of time to clear security and relax before the event begins.

We are working with the Priestfield Stadium to ensure the event will have excellent access for those with disabilities. Further information is available here: www.justonepriestfield.com/accessibility

We will have provision for sign language at JustOne. Please contact us to register for more information: connect@justonepriestfield.com.

Yes! Please click here for details.

JustOne is a partnership between J.John’s organisation Philo Trust, Partner Churches and private donors. We have been able to subsidise tickets through the generosity of our partners.

No. There will be no collection or offering at the event.

Yes, we sincerely appreciate your consideration. Donations can be made here: www.justonepriestfield.com/donate.

If you would like to contact us with any further questions, please email us at connect@justonepriestfield.com or phone us on 07712 271598.