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Away fans are housed in the Bryan Douglas Darwen End, where the facilities provided are good.
However, the spacing between the rows of seats leaves a lot to be desired, being quite tight.
They are of the same height and of roughly similar design, being two tiered, having a row of executive boxes and similar roofs.
The ends are particularly good looking, both having large lower tiers.
If you have not bought a ticket in advance, then you need to buy one from the away supporters ticket office at the ground as you can't pay on the turnstiles.
Alcohol is also served within the ground in the form of; Fosters (£3.50 pint), John Smith's (£3.50 pint), Bulmers Cider (£2.70 bottle) and Wine (£3.90 small bottle).
Now part of the Hungry Horse chain, it quickly fills up on matchdays and once full no further fans are allowed entry, until people leave.
However please note that in keeping with the 'families atmosphere' of the pub, fans are asked to refrain from singing.
John Chadbourne a visiting Nottingham Forest supporter recommends Uncle Jacks on Branch Road; ' It welcomes away fans, has an excellent selection of beers, including cask ales. There is the Golden Cup pub which is further on past the Fernhurst (going away from the ground) on Bolton Road and is tucked in by the motorway bridge.
However this Thwaites pub is quite small, gets rather crowded and it is a good 20 minute walk (and mostly uphill) from Ewood Park.