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Spectator Info – Royal Leamington Spa

Stage Four of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain finishes on Newbold Terrace, Royal Leamington Spa on Wednesday 5 September.

Stage Four of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain finishes on Newbold Terrace, Royal Leamington Spa on Wednesday 5 September.

Explore the Stage Four map online here, or check out the race timetable here.

ACCESSIBILITY
For people travelling to Royal Leamington Spa for the finish, please consider:

Bike: Cycle parking is available at Chandos Street Car Park, Covent Garden Car Park, Regent Court Shopping and Leamington Spa Train Station.

Rail: Leamington Spa train station is just a 15-minute walk away from the finish. Visit the National Rail website to plan your journey.

Bus: Local bus providers have stops on the Parade (a short walk away from the finish) for the public to use. Please see www.warwickshire.gov.uk for more information.

Road: Leave the M40 at Junction 13 or 14 and follow the A452 into town.

Car parking: Spectators should note that Rosefield Street Car Park is closed between 04:45 and 20:00; season ticket holders will not be affected but there will be no pay and display available.

Please consider using the following car parks (24-hour opening): Covent Garden Surface, Chandos Street, Bedford Street, Adelaide Bridge, Court Street, Bath Place or Packington Place.

Car parks on Royal Priors (07:00 to 19:00), Covent Garden multistorey (07:00 to 20:00) and  St. Peters multi-storey (07:00 to 00:00) will also be open.

ROAD CLOSURES
Owing to the finish location of Stage Four, a full road closure will be in operation on:

Euston Place: from 18:00 on Tuesday 4 September.

Newbold Terrace, Newbold Street: from 04:45 to 20:00.

Hamilton Terrace, Regent Grove: from 10:00 to 17:00.

Willes Road (between Newbold Terrace and Radford Road): from 11:00 to 18:00. The Leam Terrace and St. Mary’s Road crossing will still operate until the race convey reaches Royal Leamington Spa. Access will also be maintained down Newbold Terrace East (and Newbold Comyn/Leisure Centre).

Warwick District Council have worked closely with the organisers of the Tour to limit the impact of local road users.

TOUR VILLAGE
Don’t forget to visit the Tour Village (located in Jephson’s Gardens, adjacent to the finish line), offering fans a big screen showing full live coverage of the stage, plus exhibits from our partners OVO EnergySKODAEisbergAdnamsLe ColVittoriaBrotherHIGH5Aqua Blue SportFenwicksFestinaDare 2bSoreenYodelWNTFoxhillsRisi Bici Café Deli and Wahoo Fitness.

WHAT’S ON?
The Pump Room Gardens will also be showing a live feed of the race, as well as welcoming local food providers and offering activities for young children (including entertainers and bouncy castles), from 11:00.

British Cycling will be undertaking activities with the public on the finish line between 12:30 and 13:30, followed by Strider Bikes’ Balance Bikes for young children until 14:30.

LOCAL AMENITIES
Local tourist information can be found on the Warwick District Council website. Click here to visit.

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