On one side in front of the Social Club building is a small seated area, that is covered. It is situated to one side of the half way line, towards the Cricket Club End. There are also open standing areas to either side. The opposite side has no facilities for spectators, apart from a narrow pathway which runs along the perimeter fence. The Cricket Club End itself has a very small covered terrace which sits behind the goal. To either side there are small flat standing areas. This area was recently developed so that it has a covered seated stand behind the goal flanked by fair sized open terracing to either side. The ground is completed with a set of six modern floodlight pylons. (Description of St James Park is sourced from Football Ground Guide).
I do like this ground, it has a true non-league feeling to it and I like the main stand in particular and how it doesn't dominate the rest of the ground. I do like the small covered terrace behind one of the goal and it does feel more like a bus stop rather than a terrace at a football ground but I do like it. For me, the centre piece of the ground is the seated stand and standing terraces behind the goal as it is something I do like and doesn't ruin the overall look of the ground and is also quite unique in its own way.