Hull Welcomes Cherry & Whites

Hull FC have reported encouraging ticket sales ahead of the eagerly anticipated engage Super League X clash against the Warriors on Easter Monday 28 March at the KC Stadium (3:15pm kick-off).

This fixture will also see the launch of Hull FC’s new and exciting Entertainment Village. The village is designed to promote fun activities for all the family. It will include a pirate ship, swing boat, bouncy castles, face painters, clowns, fire eater, the superb Powergen Skills Zone and much more.

You will also be able to watch your very own Wigan tag team in action when they take on the Hull FC Irregulars alongside the village on the park.

Hull FC report that sales of junior tickets has been particularly high with families eager to enjoy a bank holiday day out at the village and then watch the main event inside the stadium.

Get behind your Cherry and Whites this Easter and enjoy a family day out at the KC Stadium in Hull and visit the new Entertainment Village - it will be situated on West Park and opens up at 11:00am.

Another option for the family is a visit to the fantastic Deep attraction in Hull on the morning of the game. The Deep is an environmental and educational charity dedicated to understanding and protecting the world's oceans where you can witness the waters of the world from the world's only underwater lift and Europe's deepest viewing tunnel!

Hull’s £53 million Millennium Commission lottery project has become the area’s most successful visitor attraction, welcoming over 1.8 million visitors since opening in 2002 and was the second most visited attraction in the UK in 2004.

The new £6 million extension the ‘Twilight Zone’ will be open the week before Bank Holiday Monday. For more information check out their website at www.thedeep.co.uk.

Prices for the Deep are £7.50 for adults, £5.50 for juniors and £6.00 for seniors and students. Family tickets are also available from £23 and the attraction is less than 10 minutes away from the KC Stadium.

Ticket prices for the North Stand at the Stadium (away enclosure) are as follows:

Adults - £17
Seniors - £11
Juniors - £7

It promises to be a fantastic day of first class entertainment and Rugby League at the KC Stadium when the Cherry and Whites take on the Black and Whites when you consider that both last year’s games ended in a draw.

Hull FC are advising all fans to pre-purchase their tickets to avoid disappointment on the day as a big crowd is expected. The Ticket hotline number is 0870 837 0004 - make your Bank Holiday Monday a day to remember.

AN OPEN LETTER TO WIGAN WARRIORS SUPPORTERS

Dear Supporters,

May we introduce ourselves, we are Andrea Drewery and Martin Merrikin and we are the Away Supporters Liaison Officers for Hull FC. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Kingston Communications Stadium for the Super League X match on Monday 28th March 2005.

We will be on hand to welcome you and assist in any way that we can as you arrive at the ground, and will be available throughout the game to answer any queries you may have, or provide any help you may require. We will then see you back to your coaches at the end of the game.

Here at Hull FC we are very determined to create a friendly and enjoyable experience for all the family, with this in mind Hull FC will launch the first of their Entertainment Villages prior to our fixture against Wigan. The Village will open at 11am on West Park (next door to the stadium), and will contain activities for all the family including: rides, face painters, bouncy castle, and the Powergen Skills Zone! Don’t miss this opportunity for a great bank holiday family day out at the KC Stadium!

Looking forward to meeting you

Andrea Drewery and Martin Merrikin
Away Supporters Liaison Officers
Hull FC

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