Willand Rovers – ‘Very much a family club’
WILLAND ROVERS is a Football Club based on the main road than runs through the Mid Devon village of Willand.
Willand has grown considerably over the past two decades with lots of new housing built and the Football Club has grown with the local community.
On matchdays the club is open before, during, and after matches.
On matchdays, entry to the 1st team games is £6.50, this includes a matchday programme
THE ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER AT SILVER STREET IS:
Willand Rovers FC, Silver Street, Willand, Devon. EX15 2RG:
The make up of the off-field Management at the Club is:
President: Peter Ward
Hon. Vice Presidents: Ray Jones, Michael Mares, Reg Vile, John Carnell, Andy Jarrett, Graham Mitchell and Dick Russ
Chairman: Mike Mitchell
Vice-Chairman: Tony Williams
Football Secretary: Dom Clark
General Secretary: Catherine Dinner
Treasurer: Catherine Dinner
Groundsmen: Andy Barnard & Tacker
General Committee: Simon Dinner, David Cork, Graham Mitchell, Richard Barrs, Sonia Hurst, Richard Hurst, Nicki Lush
1st Team Manager: Russell Jee
1st Team Asst. Manager: David Steele
GETTING TO SILVER STREET:
From the North – M5 Motorway southbound until Junction 27 – having left the motorway at the roundabout, take the FIRST LEFT and travel past the service station area and continue for short distance until arriving at a T-Junction. On your right will be the Waterloo Cross Inn and ahead of you will be a garden centre – TURN RIGHT and stay on this road into WILLAND. At the first roundabout you reach keep straight on and the ground will appear on your LEFT after a short time – parking is in the local streets.
From the South – You can leave the M5 motorway at Junction 28 (Cullompton), take 1st left off slip road from M5, drive past Weary Traveller Pub on your left and, at the first mini rounadbout, take the 2nd exit right following signs to WILLAND. Keep veering right until you arrive in Willand, continue passing a garage on your left and the ground is about half a mile up that road on your right.
By Train – get off the train at Tiverton Parkway Station and hail a taxi – the short journey will cost in the region of £3 -£5.