Parking is a pain in the arse and it feels like an afterthought just like everything else in the IAW (not that that's the Devils' fault). We don't know what the Devils have tried to negotiate etc to resolve the parking issues but I'd be confident that they'd looking into it thoroughly. We travel up from Swansea and have had to park on pavements (not blocking anyone in) which isn't ideal obviously and am going to try another place down the road which someone recommended on here a week or so back, the problem lies with planning though - a 3,000 arena without adequate transport links/parking for the area it's in. I'm not condoning blocking access etc but traffic wardens ticketing everyone is not the solution here. As far as the fan council goes, I don't wish to criticise but I don't actually see what it actually achieves. I'm still waiting to see minutes posted up of the original meeting etc and the follow up in which the IAW managers didn't engage. From the outside it seems a bit of a box ticking exercise sorry. The bottom line here is that the 'matchday experience' has declined a fair bit this season. People can say you're coming for the hockey which is true to an extent but when you spent around £1,500 per season supporting the club with tickets and incentives etc you expect a bit more back in terms of facilities regardless whether it's the Devils or IAW who're ultimately responsible. I mean you can't even sit in our season ticket seats without the plastic bending over unless you sit dead central and balance!! Sorry this has turned into a rant but I love the Devils and am passionate about hockey, and the current situation regarding parking just typifies what it's like attending the IAW.