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“Kevin & Malcolm do Sarries in the east”

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
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Owner description: A new heart for east London, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is the city's newest park. It will be a new home to thousands and a new destination for millions. The Park is now open for the public to visit and is already coming alive as visitors explore its unique parklands, waterways, venues and attractions. The north of the Park and the Copper Box Arena opened in 2013 with a series of incredible festivals and concerts, and the south of the Park, including three iconic venues and the ArcelorMittal Orbit, opened in April 2014.
Reviewed March 25, 2018 via mobile

With Saracens having switched from Wembley for their match against Harlequins i was looking forward to seeing the stadium for the first time. Nice easy trip into Stratford on the jubilee line, bit of a walk and there it is. So far so good. Then with gate 'b' tickets, we were not allowed over the first bridge near 'a' but made to walk around the whole stadium, 25 mins later we were 5 mins from where we started. That's the difference between stewards that deal with football fans and rugby supporters. Moan over, once inside. Great venue, plenty of bars, food retailers, helpful staff, roomy comfortable seats, ample clean facilities etc etc. A great place, just let the staff know that rugby fans don't need segregation! If you haven't been you should look for a reason to check it out.

Thank Kevin S
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Reviewed March 25, 2018

The good part is the amazing volunteers who staff the blue badge car park.

From then on it is downhill all the way rapidly.

It took over 7 months of badgering, emails and phone calls to achieve a ticket for the car park. Once past the charming volunteers we met the security staff!

Do West Ham fans really pay to be herded about like cattle, up endless, steep concrete staircases with the whiff of latent aggression in the air?

Massive queues for every vendor and once at the front they were either sold out or only selling lager.

Aviva Premiership Rugby it said on the posters. The Double Champions of Europe, 55k plus rugby fans! How totally underprepared was this venue?

A celebration became an arduous, painful drudge up to the nosebleed section for those of us on crutches or in need of walking sticks.

Please, please do not ever take us back to this awful place.

Thank Glenn H
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Reviewed March 25, 2018

I attended the Saracens game 24th March. I cannot really put into words how disappointed I was with the facilities and the staff who In general I found to be surly, rude and unhelpful.
Long queues for anything be it food, drinks or the toilets. Everything stupidly expensive rip of Britain at it’s best.

I would not attend another event there.

Poor show 1 out of 10

1  Thank CluturedDude
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Reviewed March 18, 2018 via mobile

Booked a bike session for Balance bike and Bike riding and must admit it was very good, my eldest daughter grew very confident with the trainer - Rory and is now able to ride her bike without stabilisers.

My youngest daughter is also learning with Rory and have already rebooked lessons, so am hoping my youngest will also be riding her bike with confidence.

Rory is very good with children, as my youngest daughter got upset and he managed to be patient with her and calm her down. Practise makes perfect, so going back.

Worth booking, very busy though so defo book in advance

Thank Coley1962
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Reviewed March 16, 2018

We went to the Velodrome for my Grandsons birthday treat. He cycled round the velodrome in the morning then hit the BMX track in the afternoon. A great time was had, and the coffee bar inside the velodrome was good, with nice hot snacks.

Thank Sally_Steve_W
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