Ask the Chairman

We sat down with Chairman, Mark Russell, and chatted all things Parkway

With Plymouth Parkway and Bolitho Park reaching the restricted capacity for the fourth home game in a row, the club have revised their Covid-19 measures to ensure that fans safety is paramount on a Match Day.

If visiting Bolitho Park over the course of the season, please read this message from the chairman Mark Russell and the board on the new guidelines and rules that have been put in place beginning this Saturday.


Following the government update about Covid-19 restrictions for bars and club houses, like everyone else, we HAVE to adhere to new rules and this will mean that the clubhouse will ONLY be open for people who are drinking in the clubhouse.

The back door out to the pitch will be for EXITING the clubhouse only.

Anyone who comes into the clubhouse will need to wait to be seated, we will have someone at the front door to take you to the table. if a member of staff is not there, please wait and they return they will seat you at a table and take your order.

EVERYONE in the clubhouse must wear a face covering at all times unless they are seated at a table.

We ask if you aren’t drinking in the clubhouse you enable the club to make the most of the customers who do wish to drink in the clubhouse, and move outside if you are not drinking.

We have setup a new APP that people can order drinks from their table and these drinks will be delivered to their table, we would prefer where possible to us this app for all orders. We will however, have a back up for people who wish to pay by cash. – this is the link to the site and you can then search “Full Time”

The kitchen window will be open and serving, Fosters, Thatchers and Coke, and the burger van will be open for food and hot beverages.

We also remind everyone to socially distance when in the ground, if you are not in the clubhouse you will have to use the toilets located outside and not the clubhouse toilets.

Please also where possible have the NHS test and trace APP on your phones, as we will have a number of QR codes around the ground so you can check in to Plymouth Parkway Football Cub.

Please accept our apologies in advance for any bugs on the first occasion, we are learning this new way of living as much as you all are.


Mark Russell – Plymouth Parkway Chairman