City of Bristol Races - Practical Information
- Salads, bacon & sausage sandwiches, cheese toasties, toasted paninis and flatbreads and, jacket potatoes and sandwiches with various fillings
- Hot and cold drinks, chocolate, cakes & flapjacks and protein bars
Given the heightened security situation this must be used and no unattended bags should be left anywhere else in the main body of the hall.
A designated private changing area for women and girls has been set aside for their use.
There are some planned engineering works which may impact the normal rail timetable this weekend. So if you are coming by train do check the latest schedule. This website may also be helpful : https://www.gwr.com/travel-updates/planned-engineering/swindon2017
- Portway ( NW Bristol ) - may have route alterations on Sunday due to closure of the A4 into Bristol due to the Bristol Triathlon
- Long Ashton ( SW Bristol )note allows motorhome access, but not overnight parking and is closed on Sundays
Road closures: on Sunday 11 June the A4 Portway will be closed from early morning until mid afternoon due to the Bristol Triathlon. Car drivers planning to come into central Bristol from the NW alongside the River Avon should seek an alternative route. Here is a link to a map showing these road closures : http://tribristol.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/RoadClosurePlan2010-1.pdf
- The Bristol hotel, Prince Street BS1 4QF www.doylecollection.com/hotels/the-bristol-hotel and
- The Mercure Bristol Grand hotel, Broad Street, BS1 2EL www.mercure.com/gb/hotel-A0I2-mercure-bristol-grand-hotel
These are the Event Hotels and are both ideally situated just 5/6 minutes walk from the Event Centre and even closer to the Day 2 race.
Staying in the centre of Bristol will enable you to walk to the Event Centre and to many of Bristol's other attractions.