Most southerly race course in england

England's most southerly racecourse is at Newton Abbott in Devon.

Situated in the heart of South Devon, Newton Abbot Racecourse is easily accessible, whatever your mode of transport.

Newton Abbot is served by an extensive motorway network. Well signposted, the racecourse is just a short drive from Exeter and the M5. Racegoers should follow the A380 towards Torquay after leaving the M5 at Junction 31. There is ample free parking available in the centre of the racecourse.

From Plymouth and Cornwall

Racegoers should leave the A38 at the junction signposted Newton Abbot, following the A383 until the main roundabout on the outskirts of the town. Take the first exit for the A381, signposted to the Racecourse and Kingsteignton. There is ample free parking available in the centre of the racecourse.

By rail

Newton Abbot has its own railway station within a three quarters of a mile walk to the course. Newton Abbot is on the mainline from London Paddington.

How to get there

Simply turn right out of the station and continue straight until you see Enterprise car rentals on the roundabout. Turn right at the traffic lights and continue straight on until you come to a roundabout.

Turn right and cross at the lights, turning right when you get to the other side of the road. Carry on straight until you reach Newton Abbot Racecourse, which will be on your right.

By air

Helicopters can land at the racecourse with prior permission from the Managing Director. Contact them in advance to arrange.

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Wednesday, July 05 2017