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Oatcakes and White Star would make for a different kind of atmosphere !

 

It depends where the Oatcakes come from.....I purchase mine from Milton rd, Sneyd Green, excellent from there.:)

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I had a pie at Morecambe and thought it was nothing special.

 

Now, the puff pastry steak and ale pie at Chesterfield last season was a different matter. Best pie I've had in a long time. They use a local bakery which is a lot better than getting generic rubbish like Pukka Pies in.

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Have some sympathy for us exiles - my mouth is now watering stop it please! Can't wait for the season to start so I can stock up on oatcakes and pies - oh yes - and to watch the vale :yes:

 

I agree. All this "that Oatcakes seller is better than that Oatcakes seller." I get that from my relatives when I am back in Stoke and my answer is - for us exiles - any Oatcakes from any outlet are more than acceptable!

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Would it cost much to wall of the back 10 or so rows of the bycars so there is an area where the pitch is not visible so beer can be sold?

 

Finish the Lorne Street, make it the Family area and turn the whole of the current Family Stand into a bar with a big wall in front.

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Just wondering, when I started going the vale in the late 60s they never sold alcohol , when exactly did they start to sell beers at vale park, suppose it's a sign of the times that a bottle has become as part of a match day as a pie and bovril. Seems lots can't go 2 hours without a beer

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Just wondering, when I started going the vale in the late 60s they never sold alcohol , when exactly did they start to sell beers at vale park, suppose it's a sign of the times that a bottle has become as part of a match day as a pie and bovril. Seems lots can't go 2 hours without a beer

 

Or maybe it's the fact they can go 2 hours without, but have the freedom and choice to do as they please?

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As a vegetarian I would definitely welcome more choice whether it be in terms of fillings in oatcakes, jacket potatoes, sandwiches and the types of pies and pasties that would potentially be sold. More of my money would go into the club rather than say at the Mothertown or oatcakes which I tend to get before the game from the oatcake shop on Hamil Road.

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