Cardiff

Cardiff University Track

Cardiff University Playing Fields
Mendip Road
Llanrumney
CARDIFF

Telephone: 029 2077 7377, 029 2087 4044 (enquiries, not at track)
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Type: Cinder, 400m/440y, 6 lanes, 6 lane straight

Authority:
Ceremonial County: Cardiff

NUTS Name: Cardiff (Lr)

Electronic Map Links:
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Multimap 1:100,000 (Road Level)
Multimap 1:200,000 (Road Level)
Streetmap (Street Level)
Streetmap (Area Level)
Streetmap (Road Map)

OS National Grid Reference: ST 213802
National Grid Reference: 321300, 180200

Paper Maps:
A-Z Cardiff & Newport 2G 23
A-Z Cardiff Premier 9Aa
OS Explorer Map: 151, 152
Red Book Cardiff 19 G2

Train: Cardiff Queen Street (3M), Cardiff Central (4M)

Opening Times: Not open to the public
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Yes
Charges: N/A

Track Diagram: Click here
Field Event Facilities: None
S/C Water Jump: None

Changing: Full in adjacent pavilion
Floodlights: Full but not for athletics purposes
Seating: None

Clubs: None

Pictures: Please browse the selection here.

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Other Info:

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The track is at the playing fields of Cardiff University which is the public name for the University of Wales Cardiff, the largest constituent of the federal University of Wales. The grounds are sometimes referred to as the Llanrumney Sports Complex or Llanrumney Playing Fields. The track itself is in very poor condition and fairly overgrown but although it is obviously disused for serious athletics can still be used for light jogging. There are no usable field event facilities. 2 grassed over runways and the outline of the filled in steeplechase water jump can be seen on the top bend. An extension for javelin can also be seen on the outside of the first bend. Floodlight plylons have been placed down the middle of both straights to illuminate the centre grass pitch. There is also a small hut on the outside of the first bend. The rest of the complex is very well maintained with numerous grass pitches for various sports.

Last update: 29/06/2002

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