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IMPORTANT TRAFFIC INFORMATION
Berks & Bucks at Kingston Blount - Sunday 29th May 2016

Due to the Astonbury Festival taking place near the course, a one-way traffic system will be in operation on Kingston Hill Road throughout the day. All racecourse traffic should arrive via the B4009 from Junction 6 of the M40 or from Chinnor, towards Kingston Blount. There will be no access to the course from the A40 at Stokenchurch (Junction 5 of the M40) down Kingston Hill.

When leaving the course, all traffic must turn left from the car park (right from the horsebox park) and travel up Kingston Hill to join the A40, joining the M40 at junctions 5 or 6 from there.

We have held extensive discussion with the organisers of the festival to minimise traffic delays but you are advised to allow a little longer than normal for your journey.

The first race is due off at 2.30pm with races following at 35-minute intervals. The times of the first three races are as shown in the Planner but races 4-7 will all start 20 minutes earlier than published, with the last race starting at 6pm. The hound race - sponsored by Tyreteam - will now be held approximately 20 minutes after the last race.


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