Snow threat to Steve Lansdown's plans to meet Bristol City fans
Bristol City owner Steve Lansdown may be unable to keep an appointment with travelling fans in Wolverhampton this weekend.
Majority shareholder Lansdown is planning to meet City supporters for a rare question and answer session in a pub near Molineux before kick-off in Saturday’s npower Championship relegation clash between Wolves and the Robins.
But heavy snow in the Channel Islands is threatening travel disruption throughout the week.
Lansdown lives on Guernsey and is planning to fly to the Midlands in his private jet. But Guernsey and Alderney airports were both closed today due to significant snowfall across the islands.
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All the island's bus services have been suspended due to the weather, while Condor Ferries has cancelled its fast ferry sailings between the island, the UK and France.
Organised by the City Supporters Club & Trust, the session will take place at the Walkabout Bar near the stadium, starting at 12.30pm.
The Supporters Club & Trust have previously staged successful question and answer sessions for travelling fans at Rotherham United, Crystal Palace, Norwich City and Derby Country.
The Walkabout is the designated away fans pub for the game and is a short distance from both the railway station and Molineux.