Yes, we have followed all government guidelines, have implemented some additional safety measures, been licensed by the local authority and significantly reduced our capacity level. If you have any concerns there will be a COVID-19 ambassador available to discuss these with.
Yes, every race meeting will need to be booked in advance. We will not be able to accept walk-ins. Mid-week racing and trials are behind closed doors and not available to attend.
Unfortunately no, Havering is currently in Tier 2 of the Government restrictions, therefore multiple households cannot mix. You will be asked this upon booking and again on arrival. Please be aware we may ask you to prove this with ID.
Yes. We have a restricted capacity which is in demand of an evening and as such we charge for all seats taken. Children will need to remain seated at all times and are the responsibility of their parents.
Entrance is now £10 for both adults and children and includes a meal from the snack bar. Owners will need to pay £5 for admission which also includes a meal from the snack bar.
You can book online by clicking What's On at the top of the page or by calling the stadium on 01708 773 444.
Pending availability, booking can be up to one hour before the doors open.
Booking at present is strictly from one household, up to a maximum of 6 people sitting together in line with government guidelines. This will be reviewed as guidelines change.
Yes, we must take information at the time of your booking. Information will be kept for 21 days for the purposes of track and trace.
Parking is available for customers on a first come, first served basis. Please follow instructions when walking from your car to the stadium entrance.
Unfortunately we will only allow food and drink purchased on site to be consumed on site.
Yes, due to Tier 2 restrictions customers are required to have a substantial meal when attending the stadium.
Due to Tier 2 restrictions mid-week racing will continue to be behind closed doors. It would not be financially viable during these race meetings.
Unfortunately, you will be unable to attend the stadium to watch trials. However, trials are available to view on our YouTube channel.
You can choose from beef burger, cheese burger, hot dog or chicken goujons. All of the above are served with chips. Otherwise, jacket potatoes are also available with a choice of one filling.
We will be serving a full English breakfast on a Saturday morning.
Customers are required to wear a facial covering when entering or leaving the stadium and when moving around the stadium, unless seated at their table.
We are operating a table only service across the stadium. Seating will be allocated on arrival.
Guests will be required to stay seated unless using the toilet facilities or cash machine.
Yes, you will be able to stand up to view the racing, however please be considerate to those around you.
We are operating a table only service, a tote operator and waiter will be allocated to each cluster of tables.
Yes, at present fast food will be available on a Friday and Saturday only. For more information please call the stadium.
Yes, however, we would prefer you to use contactless/Debit and credit card wherever possible. You are able to use cards when purchasing food and beverages. Tote betting is cash only.
We have plenty of hand sanitisers around the stadium for customers to use.
All staff serving tables will be wearing facial coverings, unless exempt on medical grounds.
Toilets are checked and cleaned hourly. Toilet attendants are available on site for every meeting.
No, the outside terrace area is currently closed due to government guidelines. This will be reviewed as guidelines change.
There are some areas where viewing is restricted, however all areas have clear TV viewing.
We will not have on-course bookmakers as this will require significant movement and mixing of a larger group of customers across all sections of the track. This would increase the risk of a spread of the virus and would prove challenging to gain local authority approval.
We will have social distancing officers located around the stadium. Anyone that fails to comply will be given 3 verbal warnings before being asked to leave the premises.
Restrictions in movement apply to everyone. Unfortunately, trainers will not be able to visit tables anywhere in the stadium. Trainers will have to book their own table if required.
Restaurant bookings and general admission will be prepaid.
Menus are available on our website and social media platforms, or contact the stadium. Single use disposable menus will be available on the tables.
We will be using disposable menus and condiments. Cutlery will be wrapped in serviettes and placed on tables when your food is served.
Unless there is availability, movement from your original booking will not be an option.
Not at present. The Paddock Restaurant will be open on a Friday and Saturday evening only.
At present the Party Pack is not available.
Presentation packages are limited. Please contact the stadium for more information.
We currently race on Monday afternoon, Tuesday morning, Thursday afternoon, Friday evening, Saturday morning and Saturday evening. Trials are on Wednesday. Mid-week racing and trials are behind closed doors.