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Wembley 2015: Volunteers Wanted For CATS Coaches

Bristol City are looking for volunteers to steward coaches heading to Wembley on Sunday.

More than 60 official coaches will be heading to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final from Ashton Gate this weekend.

Volunteers who steward coaches receive free travel there and back.

Anyone interested should call Lily Cann on 0117 963 0606, or e-mail lily.cann@bristol-sport.co.uk.

Some seats remain for CATS coaches to Wembley, which can be purchased from Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.

Supporters who have purchased a CATS coach ticket via Ticketmaster will receive an e-mail with their coach number, and this confirmation should be used as your ticket on the day.

There will be two different departure times on the day.

- Coaches numbered 1-31 will depart Ashton Gate at 9am. Supporters will not be allowed on site until 8.30am.

- Coaches numbered 32-63 will depart Ashton Gate at 10am. Supporters will not be allowed on site until 9.30am.

There will be NO PARKING at Ashton Gate for those travelling by coach. Fans are advised to get dropped off wherever possible. Drop-offs should be at the Ashton Road entrance and not the Winterstoke Road car park, as that is where the coaches will be entering Ashton Gate.

The departure time from Wembley will depend on the outcome of the game (ie if City win for celebrations, or if the match ends in a draw and goes to extra time/penalties). Please don't delay and make your way back to your designated coach as soon as possible.

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