When: 28th July 2018
Where: RCBPC North Street, Winkfield, Windsor, Berkshire, SL44TH
How do I get there?
The postcode for SatNav is SL4 4TH.
The nearest main line station is Slough and then the Greenline bus 702 to Chilston Manor followed by a 1 minute walk.
Can I park?
Yes, there is ample free parking for all ticket holders.
Timings for the day:
Please note that these timings are given as a rough guide and are likely to be fluid.
Gates open at 9am for Dressage ticket holders only.
Polo only ticket holders are welcome to enter the grounds from 10am.
The Dressage Master Class will take place in the arena from 10am until around 2pm. There will be short breaks during the display.
The Polo will commence at 3pm with two matches starting at around 3.30pm and 5.30pm and expected to finish around 7pm. Again these timings are approximate.
Bars and the retail village will remain open until twilight.
Are children allowed at the event?
All ages welcome.
Can I bring my dog?
Unfortunately dogs are not allowed at the event except for accessibility dogs.
What are the Polo Grounds like?
The Polo grounds are flat, there are no surrounding banks or racked areas or grandstands. Viewing will be from the same level as the match play.
Is there Ring side parking?
No, there is no ringside parking.
Is there Corporate hospitality?
Corporate hospitality will be available soon. Please check the web site around the first week of May.
Can I get a souvenir brochure?
Publications to celebrate The International Day will be available to purchase on the day.
Is there food on site?
Yes. There are bars and catering areas around the pitch and in the Retail Village.
Can I bring a picnic?
Yes, but they must only be consumed in the parking area. No alcohol is allowed. No food or drink is to be taken into the Dressage Area or into the Polo Grounds.
Can I bring a table or chairs?
Yes, but they must only be in the parking area. No tables or chairs are to be taken into the Dressage Area or into the Polo Grounds.
Can I bring a gazebo?
No, there are no areas where a gazebo can be erected.
Do you offer Camping?
No, there are no camping facilities.
Disabled Ticketing Policy
The International Day is pleased to operate a scheme to provide one complimentary entry ticket for any adult unable to attend the event unaided. Please see how to apply for a free carer at the bottom of these FAQ's.
Is there disabled parking?
Yes. There is a limited number of parking area for people with disabilities. You will need to apply for a disabled pass which will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply for a disabled parking pass.
Can I book a mobility scooter?
No. Unfortunately this facility is not available.
Is the site wheelchair friendly?
It is a grass site with some tracks, most areas are wheelchair accessible but not all.
Disabled Carer Supporting Documentation:
All free Carer/Personal Assistant tickets require evidence of supporting documentation. This is mandatory in order for the Carer/PA ticket to be issued.
Please purchase the entry ticket for the disabled person and email evidence of at least one of the following (photo copies, scanned copies or pictures on your phone are fine);
Middle or Higher Rate DLA for care and/or mobility
Receipt of personal independence payment (PIP)
Evidence of being severely sight impaired
Recognised assistance dog ID card
Please email one or more of the above to email@example.com along with the booking reference of your order.
This facility is designed to allow any adult that is unable to otherwise attend The International Day to have free access for their Carer or Personal Assistant. We are afraid the carer scheme does not extend to Hospitality tickets.