How Easy Was The Ground to Get To (from the station, by car, etc) West end of town. You'll probably be getting off J16/17 of the M6 via Crewe on the way there, and it's on your right off the B5341 that weaves (no pun intended) around the town. It's a small place that you can get round within a few minutes, traffic permitting. You'll see the sign and main stand once you get there quite easily, although it didn't seem well signposted otherwise. If Applicable, How is Parking Near The Ground? Big car park at the ground, alternative parking around the residential roads and off Welsh Row behind the Black Lion. Based on Where You Were Sat, How Was the View? The pitch is set somewhat above the actual hard standing, which is where most will be watching the game, making it a pain when a good crowd's in. The main stand has a decent gradient and views are quite clear, pretty bogstandard terrace opposite that still beats the hard standing. How Were The Stewards on The Day? Embarrassingly, there was a sort of ruckus, and it became the police's problem to look after the element that tagged along last week. Stewards weren't really visible other than at the problem area, which is what they're supposed to do I guess. If You Ate at The Ground, How Would You Rate the Food? N/A How Was The Atmosphere At The Ground, From Both Sets of Supporters? Does the Stadium Hold the Noise? It's very open, so noise is very limited, with a good three quarters of it not being built on. There was still singing throughout though, although it was gentle from a distance. How Are the Pubs and Local Attractions in The Local Area? I came on here to recommend Nantwich as the sort of team others should hope to draw in cup competition, host friendlies against or just go to the odd game of interest. It's a lovely looking town, gentle mid-Cheshire, unspoilt and well-to-do. It's not exactly a tourist town but it's absolutely an away day town. A local told me there were 32 pubs there, the highest concentration pretty much anywhere. Of these I sampled the Black Lion on Welsh Row near the ground, a gorgeous wattle and daub build with great beer, food, service, well and faithfully done up, calm, simply one of the best near-ground boozers I've set foot in. Why not czech out some of the other 31, too? Overall Score Out of 10? 8/10 The ground is very sparse despite its snazzy modern look and could do with some more development before we start thinking about character, but overall an away day at NTFC is exactly what you would want from a non-league jaunt. Good area untroubled by heavy footfall, very friendly locals, plus they've got a decent side together.