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Report - Nene Park - Northamptonshire Jan 2016

Discussion in 'Leisure Sites' started by The Stig, Feb 8, 2016.

  1. The Stig

    The Stig Urbex = Nosey Bastard
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    Visited with @KM_Punk, @Yorrick, @Lost Explorer and @AuntieKnickers. Getting up at the crack of dawn on a rather cold morning to travel around a hour up the road to get inside so we could get some sun raising shots over the stadium (which didn't really happen).

    Nene Park is a sports stadium situated by Irthlingborough, Northamptonshire, England, along the bank of the River Nene, and holds 6,441, with 4,641 seated and 1,800 standing. From 1992 until 2011 it was the home ground of Rushden & Diamonds until their demise, having from 1969 been the home of predecessor Irthlingborough Diamonds.

    Kettering moved to Nene Park in June 2011, until financial troubles and high running costs of the stadium saw them move again in November 2012. Kettering would be the last club to called Nene Park home and it has stood empty since.

    Nene Park was to be used as a training camp for athletes ahead of the 2012 London Olympics. The sports to be hosted were archery, fencing, football, judo, table tennis and wrestling.

    On 11 December 2012 it was reported that Coventry City were considering moving to Nene Park due to a rent dispute with their current landlords at the Ricoh Arena. That move did not occur with Coventry entering a ground-sharing agreement with Northampton Town, playing their "home" matches at Northampton's Sixfields stadium in the 2013-14 season.

    In September 2014, developers Rose Property Consultants announced plans to demolish Nene Park in order to make way for a leisure park, consisting of a multi-use football facility along with entertainment and retail zones. This was refused planning permission in March 2015.












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  2. Yorrick

    Yorrick 28DL Regular User
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    Apr 23, 2012
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    Shame about the (lack of) sunrise! Was a fun morning though, much better pics than mine too
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