Coventry

Lyng Hall School Track

Lyng Hall School
Blackberry Lane
COVENTRY
CV2 3JS

Telephone: 024 7668 9447
Fax: 024 7666 2177

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Type: Cinder, 400m, 6 lanes, 6 lane straight

Authority: Coventry
Ceremonial County: West Midlands

NUTS Name: Coventry (Wy)

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OS National Grid Reference: SP 364808
National Grid Reference: 436400, 280800

Paper Maps:
A-Z Coventry & Rugby 2E 16
A-Z West Midlands 3J 145
A-Z Birmingham (Ed 2A and older) 2G 117
A-Z Coventry (Ed 2B and older) 2E 16
OS Explorer Map: 221
OS Pathfinder Map: 935
OS/Philip's Warwickshire 62 B3

Train: Coventry (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: None except probably in school
Floodlights: None
Seating: None

Clubs: None

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Other Info:
The track is in a largely derelict field which formed part of the old site of the school and is next to the current site of the school which reopened in December 1998 following a 3.5M rebuild. All the old school buildings have been demolished. The track itself is redgra and in very poor condition. The inside lane is badly overgrown and unusable and the outside lane is also quite overgrown. There are however faint lane markings in lanes 2 to 5 which suggest it maybe used by the school. The infield is overgrown. The track is in the locality of Wyken.

Last update: 02/01/2000

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