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Craven Park

Craven Park,Barrow-in-Furness Information
August 1931 saw Barrow move to its current home ground, Craven Park, named after Commander Charles Craven ( Chairman of Vickers Armstrong Ltd), who was the major driving force behind the funding and building of the new Ground. The land was purchased for the sum of £2,500, assisted in no small way by the Mayor, Alderman John Whinnerah.
Craven Park,Barrow-in-Furness Address
Craven Park
78 Scott Street
LA14 1QE
Map and Directions
Craven Park,Barrow-in-Furness Telephone No.
01229-820273, 0)1229-830470
Craven Park,Barrow-in-Furness Fax. No.
The Raiders Bar is open on match days where the usual alcoholic (and non-alcoholic) drinks are available for purchase. Outside of the Raiders Bar there is a catering stall, where you can purchase a selection of hot drinks and foods, burgers, pies, hotdogs, etc. There is also a shop near to the Willie Horne Stand which sells a selection of drinks, sweets and confectionary and to the right hand side of the Willie Horne Stand there is another catering venue selling hot and cold drinks and hot and cold snacks and confectionary.
disabled facilities
Wheelchair access is available from the Main Gate Entrance. Disabled toilets are located within the Willie Horne Stand adjacent to the players tunnel. Toilets:
There are gentlemen's toilets available throughout the ground. The ladies toilets are located to the righthand side of the Willie Horne Stand and at the Raiders Bar.
From the M6 Motorway, take Junction 36 for "Barrow and The Lake District". Follow the directions for Barrow-in-Furness on the A590. Continue on this road which will take you into Barrow-in-Furness (keep heading for Walney Island and Barrow Town Centre) - this will take between 30 to 40 minutes.

Directions page
The closest station to the ground is Barrow In-Furness.