Aldersley Stadium Indoor Track

Aldersley Road

Telephone: 01902 556200
Fax: 01902 556211


Type: Synthetic, 60m (75m+ total length), 6 lanes, 6 lane straight

Authority: Wolverhampton
Ceremonial County: West Midlands

NUTS Name: Wolverhampton

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OS National Grid Reference: SJ 899008
National Grid Reference: 389900, 300800

Paper Maps:
A-Z Birmingham 3D 26
A-Z West Midlands 3M 35
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OS Explorer Map: 219, 242
OS/Philip's Staffordshire 255 F3

Train: Bilbrook (2.5M), Wolverhampton (2.5M)

Opening Times: Mon-Fri 0900-2200, Sat 0900-2030, Sun 0900-1630
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Yes
Charges: Adult 1.60, Junior 0.80

Track Diagram: Not available
Field Event Facilities: 1 PV, 1 LJ/TJ (boards believed to be painted)
S/C Water Jump: None

Changing: Full
Floodlights: Yes

Track Certification:

Clubs: Wolverhampton & Bilston AC

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Other Info:
This indoor straight is in a new Sports Hall which opened in September 1999 next to the Aldersley Stadium outdoor track. The lanes are 1.22m wide and every metre is marked on the "inside" lane instead of the various normal hurdle and other markings. The main contractor for the hall was Higgs and Hill with En-Tout-Cas laying the surface and the markings were done in January 1999 by Athletic Markings Ltd. The surface is light blue coloured and designed for sports hall floors rather than the more traditional synthetic track surfaces although it does take a spike.

Last update: 10/11/1999

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