WITH the Super League home opener against Warrington just a few weeks away – how are you getting to the Stobart Stadium?Saints Bus Services take the hassle out of parking and leave you free to enjoy the pre and post match fun this season.For just £40 you could travel to Widnes from St Helens for ALL of Saints fixtures in 2011.That’s just £3 per game for regular season fixtures, with Challenge Cup and playoff ties thrown in free.AND all under 16-year-old season ticket holders can travel free.Saints have teamed up with Arriva to provide all this and more.The prepaid service will pick up and terminate at Hall Street in St Helens – with the service beginning three hours before kickoff, running every half hour, and ending 45 minutes before kickoff.After the final whistle, the service will operate from The Stobart Stadium in Widnes (dropping off on Caudwell Road) back to St Helens town centre with the last bus leaving an hour after the final whistle – giving fans plenty of time to enjoy their post match celebrations.The bus season ticket will also permit travel on any Arriva bus service from a journey start point within the borough on any scheduled service to Hall Street and return.If you want a FREE JUNIOR BUS TICKET, you will need to head to Saints Town Centre outlet to pick yours up.The service operates under Arriva’s terms and conditions and is subject to demand. No cash will be taken on the Saints Arriva Bus Service.For match-to-match travel, then Saints’ Official Transport Provider, Hattons Travel, is providing a service from Eccleston to St Helens and through to Lea Green before travelling to the Stobart Stadium.Costing £4, the service will travel from the Griffin in Eccleston to Birchley Street and then on to Lea Green in Sutton.Parking is readily available at these venues and is free after 3pm on a Friday – please state your preferred pick up point when booking.To purchase your Bus Season Tickets, or ‘per match’ tickets, head into the Saints Superstore in St Helens Town Centre, call 01744 455 052 or log on to the Saints Superstore.DITCH THE FUSS… AND GET ON THE BUS!
FacebookTwitterPrintEmailAddThis ShareFranz [email protected], in the form of space exploration, has affected religion and culture, according to Rice Religious Studies Professor Jeff Kripal. He will look at the relationship between the history of natural science and religion during an Oct. 27 lecture titled, “Heavens Above: Space Exploration and the Religious Imagination.”Who: Jeff Kripal, the J. Newton Rayzor Professor and department chair of religious studies at Rice University.What: Lecture on “Heavens Above: Space Exploration and the Religious Imagination.”When: 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27.Where: Herzstein Hall Amphitheater on the Rice University campus, 6100 Main St.For most of recorded history, human cultures have imagined, and encountered, the sacred as a power or presence that dwells “in the heavens.” This began to change with Galileo and the Copernican Revolution and has continued to change with advances of modern science; but perhaps no series of events inspired and catalyzed the cultural and religious imagination more than the Cold War space race and the Apollo space program.Kripal will address some of the most difficult and “impossible” moments in the modern interactions between science and religion, including the rise of the UFO phenomenon, which he will discuss as a religious phenomenon. He will illustrate his ideas with examples drawn from the autobiographies of a science fiction writer, an Apollo astronaut, a horror fiction writer and a world-class scientist.The event is sponsored by the Rice’s Wiess School of Natural Sciences and the Rice Space Institute.For more details about other lectures in the series or to be added to the mailing list, go to http://spacefrontiers.rice.edu/.Members of the news media who want to attend should RSVP to Franz Brotzen at [email protected] or 713-348-6775.