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Directions to Lambourn

Travelling to Lambourn:

For the Betfair Lambourn Open Day approach routes will be signed by the RAC. If you wish to visit yards outside Lambourn, such as those of Nicky Henderson, Barry Hills and William Muir and those in Eastbury and East Garston, it would be easier for you to visit them before going into Lambourn. See the RAC signs for routes.

By Road from the M4 Motorway (London, The South)
Lambourn is only a few miles away from junction 14 of the M4 motorway.
Leave the motorway at Junction 14.
Head NORTH along the A338 towards Wantage for 1/2 mile
Turn left onto the B4000 and proceed past the Pheasant Public House on your right
Continue for 0.7 miles
At the Hare and Hounds Public House turn Right (Signposted Lambourn)
Descend down the hill past Kingwood Stud on your left into the village of Lambourn
You have arrived.

By Road from the A34 (Oxford, The East Midlands)
Leave the A34 at the junction marked DIDCOT / WANTAGE
At the roundabout take the 4th exit market Wantage
Proceed for 3 miles until you reach a roundabout (petrol station on your left)
Take the 3rd exit marked WANTAGE (A417)
Proceed to Wantage (6 miles)
Proceed straight over the first set of mini roundabouts at the entrance of Wantage
At the next set of mini roundabouts take the first exit on your left (Ormond Road)
Past the fire station on your Right
Straight across the crossroads (Traffic lights)
Continue out of Wantage, past Challow on your right
At a sunken crossroads turn left (marked Lambourn)
After 0.5 miles the road bends sharp right, proceed up the hill and continue.
After a further 4 miles you will arrive in Lambourn

Free parking is available throughout the village. There is a public car park behind Lambourn Universal Stores in the High Street

By Train
The nearest railway station is Hungerford. There are train services from here to Reading and London as well as the West Country.