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Getting to Cirencester Park

Getting to Cirencester Park

Cirencester Park (Bathurst Estate) is located in the heart of the Cotswolds just to the west of  the town of Cirencester. The entrance to our event is located on the A419 Road between Stroud and Cirencester. If you are using a Sat Nav to get to the event, the post code for Cirencester Park is GL7 6JT.

Cotswold 24 Hour Race Map of Cirencester Park

Directions From M4

1. Exit the M4 motorway at JUNCTION 15 (Swindon East).
2. Proceed NORTH up the A417 to Cirencester.
3. Exit the dual carriageway at the sign marked ‘CIRENCESTER INDUSTRIAL ESTATE’
4. Follow signs to the Royal Agricultural College and Stroud (you will negotiate 4 roundabouts in Cirencester)
5. You will now be on the A419 to MINCHINHAMPTON & STROUD
6. The entrance to the park is approximately 1 mile from the last roundabout. You will notice Cirencester Park Polo Club and event signs opposite the entrance which is on the right.

From the M5

1. Leave the M5 at Junction 11a to Cirencester on the A417 to the Airballoon roundabout. Take the second exit towards Cirencester and continue on the A417 over the next roundabout signed Cirencester and M4
2. After approximately 7 miles exit at the junction signed Stow and Cirencester and at the roundabout take the 4th exit A429 – towards Cirencester. Go straight over the next roundabout.
3. At the next roundabout take the 1st exit Following signs the The Royal Agricultural College (RAC) and Stroud on the A419.
4. Follow the signs to Stroud and A419 over the next three roundabouts.
5. After the roundabout by the hospital you will go up a hill, still following the A419,
6. Take the third exit at the roundabout at the top of the hill on the A419 to Stroud, you will pass the Royal Agricultural College on the left
7. After another half a mile the entrance to the park is on the right hand side with event signage on the opposite side of the road.

Using Public Transport

Cirencester is well served by public transport, and National Express coaches pick up and drop off passengers from various points across the UK. Although Cirencester does not have a train station, the area is well served by Great Western Railways with the closest train station being Kemble (4 miles away by road) and Stroud Station (13 miles away by road).

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