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​York Racecourse, Discounted County Stand entry for Saturday 26 May 2018!

What's happening?

Students, staff and alumni at Leeds Trinity University can take advantage of discounted entry for York Races on Saturday 26 May 2018, with access to the County Stand.  The race badges usually retail at £40 but you can order them in advance for £25 each through the Alumni Office.

There are no restrictions on the number of badges you can order. If you would like to attend you can also purchase additional badges for friends and family.

When?

Saturday 26 May 2018 (gates open at 11.15am)

Where?

York Racecourse, Tadcaster Road, York YO23 1EX​.

How to book?

For further information please email the Alumni Office or to book your tickets please click the link to our online store​

Further information

  • There are no restrictions on the number of badges you can order. If you would like to attend you can also purchase additional badges for friends and family.
  • The deadline for confirming and paying for your badges is Friday 18 May 2018 at 12.00 noon. 
  • Travel The Alumni Office is only providing the discounted race badges for the County Stand, all attendees need to make their own way to York Racecourse. 
  • Directions to York Racecourse can be found by clicking the following link
  • Issuing of Race Badges Race badges will be distributed the week before the meeting (at the earliest from 21 May 2018.) Please note each badge has a unique number and cannot be sold on for a profit.  The badges are the responsibility of the person ordering them.  Once the badges have been paid for and collected unfortunately we cannot offer any refunds. 
  • Dress code advice from York Racecourse Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket, collared shirt and tie in County Stand. Most gentlemen would chose to wear smart trousers and formal shoes to complete the look. So whilst there is no formal restriction on wearing jeans and trainers, these are rarely seen in the County stand. Ladies are required to dress in a suitable manner, many ladies opt for a hat, although it is not compulsory. Imagine you are going to a smart wedding is our tip!

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