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Visiting Us

The Kent Royals home track is at Sittingbourne Speedway, The Old Gun Site, Raspberry Hill Lane, Sittingbourne ME9 8SN

We are located on the outskirts of Iwade Village but we respectfully ask that if possible you do not drive through the village itself.

By car

From the M20, M2 or A2 proceed on to the A249 in the direction of Sittingbourne / Sheppey Crossing. Go past the Iwade, Sittingbourne, Grovehurst & Kemsley B2005 junction. Please take the next junction which is right at the start of the Sheppey Crossing Bridge, signed for Iwade, Lower Halstow & Ridham Dock. Take the first exit at the roundabout on to Old Ferry Road and follow it for approximately a mile, after passing a few dwellings on the right hand side turn right on to Raspberry Hill Lane and the entrance to the track is on the right hand side. (Please note the track up to the car park and entrance is a dirt track)

Visiting Us

By Train

The nearest station to the track is Swale Station. It is approximately 30 minutes on foot to the track. At Sittingbourne Station, there is a taxi rank if you wanted to get a taxi to the track.

 

Accomodation

There are several hotels in the area, The Travelodge and The Holiday Inn both in Sittingbourne, Premier Inn (Bobbing Apple) at Bobbing, and various guest houses and holiday accomodation in the area.

Facilities

We have a track canteen serving burgers and sandwiches etc. teas, coffee and cold drinks. We are not licensed so please bring your own if you want a beer but please be respectful of others. We also have a sweet stall.

Smoking

Smoking is not allowed trackside, please find a spot on the otherside of the canteen away from spectators.

 

Seating

We are an all standing track, but you are welcome to bring your own folding chair or we do have some available to borrow for a small donation to the Speedway Riders Benevolent Fund.

Children

Children are very welcome but please keep an eye on them. Please do not let them wander onto the grass banks as we have quite a few rabbit holes and the neighbouring sites are industrial.