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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Beckenham Festival: Directions and meet

The day has finally dawned - and appropriate word considering the time we are leaving. But fortunately its not quiate as early as Joe suggested last week.

Play begins at Beckenham at 11am, and we have to be there to register by 10.30. Its about 80 miles (depending on the route taken) and the estimated journey time is just over one and a half hours. Well, that is what the journey planners say. So I suggest - unless you are travelling direct - we meet at the club aiming to depart by 8.30.

For those with SatNav the address of Beckenham RFC is Balmoral Avenue, Beckenham, Kent BR3 3RD.

Various journey planners come up with a variety of routes but experience from previous years suggests the best route is:
  • Follow the M25 round to Junction 4
  • Turn right onto the A21 following it for about 4 miles until just after Farnborough Common (see above map)
  • Turn left onto the A232 towards West Wickham
  • In just over three miles you reach West Wickham where you turn right onto the A214 (passing West Wickham railway station)
  • After about two miles, just after passing under the railway, turn right into Balmoral Avenue (see map below)

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