The Tercentenary Celebrations at Windsor Racecourse are fast approaching and with three weeks to go, now is the ideal time for me to let you have the finishing details and timings. Tickets for the day will have been arriving on your doorsteps, and Hospitality Tickets are on their way.
The gates will open at 12.10pm and the first race will start at 2.10pm. Parking is free on site, the earlier you arrive, the closer to the entrance will you be able to park. Car parking for Hospitality guests is to the rear of the Hospitality Marquees and is sign posted at the Racecourse, and there is a separate area for those who have booked coaches to park.
There will be seven races sponsored by various Masonic Orders with the last race starting at 5.20pm. The Race times are approximate, pending any possible stewards' enquiries.
In the centre of the course, there is a free funfair, face painting and pony rides for children and numerous attractions for the family.
At approximately 6.00pm the headline act, Tony Hadley, will appear on the main stage and the day is expected to end at around 7.30pm.
Coaches and Taxis will need to be booked for your return journey to suit those approximate times.
There are plenty of dining options available and these can be viewed at: www.windsor-racecourse.co.uk as well as numerous food outlets around the paddock lawn. You also have the option to take a picnic with you. The Racecourse operates three strict rules, no gazebo, no ball games and no bringing alcohol in to the venue.
The tickets you have purchased through our website or sales teams are for the Club Enclosure, which gives you access to all areas of the course apart from hospitality areas, private clubs or corporate boxes.
The Racecourse operates a smart casual dress code for the Club Enclosure, Smart jeans (no rips, tears or fraying) are acceptable as are smart tailored shorts, but trainers, sports-wear, cargo style shorts and flip flops will not be permitted.
GENTLEMEN ARE REQUESTED TO WEAR A COLLARED SHIRT
I look forward to welcoming you all to this fantastic family day out and joining me to celebrate 300 years of Freemasonry.
Provincial Grand Master.
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