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There are few finer places to be than watching top flight Point-to-Point racing at Barbury from the comfort of a table in our Barbury Brunch servery. Our two course hot brunch will provide you a refuge from the weather, a guaranteed seat for the afternoon, and access to all the racecourse facilities within a moment's reach.

The Barbury Brunch package includes:

  • table for the day
  • admission ticket & official racecard
  • reserved parking
  • 2 course brunch menu, plus tea and coffee throughout

Only a limited number of places are available. Places may be purchased singly or in tables of eight, at a cost of £50 per head, or £450 for a table of 10. Ring 07850 091523 for further detail or follow the Buy Tickets navigation.

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Barbury, 3m N of Marlborough, off A346, Jn 15 M4

 

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