Halton

Halton Stadium

Royal Air Force
Halton Camp
Halton
AYLESBURY
HP22 5PG

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Type: Grass, 400m, 6 lanes, 7 lane straight

Authority: Buckinghamshire
Ceremonial County: Buckinghamshire

NUTS Name: Halton

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OS National Grid Reference: SP 869097
National Grid Reference: 486900, 209700

Paper Maps:
A-Z Hertfordshire 6A 100
OS Explorer Map: 181
OS/Philip's Buckinghamshire 131 D4

Train: Wendover (1.5M)

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:

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None that are usable
S/C Water Jump: Inside track, height fixed

Changing: Full in pavilion near track
Floodlights: None
Seating: 336 (approx) covered, 240 (approx) uncovered

Clubs: None

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Other Info:

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The track was in existence by at least 1954 and was cinder until at least 1989. The surface is now grass and in fairly good condition. The HJ area and LJ/TJ runways are cinder but in very poor condition and so more or less unusable. There is an external HT only circle with a basic cage but it is unlikely to used as there is a small fence not far in front of it. The track itself does however appear to get some use the inside lane is noticeably more "worn" than the other ones. The infield is used as a football pitch which is believed to have been used by Aylesbury United FC in the 1980s. The covered stand is on the straight which has only 6 lanes and was probably the back straight as the other one is 7 lanes and has a small extension for sprints and hurdles.

Last update: 17/01/2001

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