300 Years of Freemasonry – Family Race Day & Concert

Celebrating  300 Years of Freemasonry
Windsor Racecourse – 2nd JULY 2017

Come and help us celebrate with a Family Fun Day at Windsor Race Course. The gates will open at 12.10pm and the first race will start at 2.10pm.  There will be fun activities for children of every age including a FREE fun fair, face painting and pony rides, all sponsored by the Freemasons of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. The day will conclude with a concert by Tony Hadley and his orchestra starting at about 6pm.  The day is expected to conclude at 7.30pm.

In keeping with the ‘Family First’ ethos of the day all children under the age of 18 will be admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased on-line at www.300yearsoffreemasonry.co.uk where you will also find additional information on the event, ‘What to do in Windsor’ and ‘Making a Weekend of it’.

Club tickets allow access to: The Club, Grandstand and Silver Ring Enclosures; the centre of the course for the free fun fair, and the Paddock Lawn. The Club Enclosure is in a prime position near the finishing post with a dedicated ‘big screen’ for all of the racing action. Various bars and restaurants give everyone a choice of foods to suit all budgets ranging from Fish and Chips to Fine Dining.  You also have the option to take a picnic with you. The Racecourse operates three strict rules: no gazebos, no ball games and no alcohol can be brought in to the venue.

The Racecourse operates a smart casual dress code for the Club Enclosure: smart jeans (no rips, tears or fraying) are acceptable as are smart tailored shorts, but trainers, sportswear, cargo-style shorts and flip flops will not be permitted. Gentlemen are requested to wear a collared shirt.

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