Our Village Eatery offers you plenty of choice of quality food on the hoof. Our carefully selected concessions include organic hog roast from Ye Olde Hog Roast, famliar to all racegoers at Cheltenham, traditional burgers from WJ Catering, crepes and doughnuts for those with a sweet tooth, and foods from the sub-continent from Gurdev's Indian and Diamond Delis.

And of course, because the sun will be shining, ice creams from Yarwoods!

If you're not minded to look after your own catering, look here for details of our splendid Sunday lunch options.

And for those who enjoy a beer or two, the adjacent Bar will provide a range of craft ales, wines and spirits. 

 

Event details

When?

Sunday April 11th 2021

Gates open 1030. Pony racing 12 noon, Steeplechases from 2.15pm

Where?

6m SE Cheltenham, nr junction of A40 and A436 (Exit 11A, M5)

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