Berwick-upon-Tweed will provide the setting for the start of Stage 3 of the Tour of Britain 2019 -North of Tyne.
The market town of Berwick is the Northernmost town in England and throughout its turbulent past it has been captured and sacked 13 times. It' s great Elizabethan walls and Britain's earliest Barracks buildings are testament to this. In more peaceful times Berwick now boasts sandy beaches, numerous festivals and the Lowry Trail.
Starting from the historic Town Hall on Marygate, the riders roll out over the River Tweed on the start of the race to Newcastle.
Use the interactive map to find all the race information and road closures by clicking on the icons embedded within it.
Communities - ETA
Full road closure
Rolling road closures
Car Park restrictions
Estimated Time of Start: 11:00
There will be a full road closure of Berwick Town Centre between 04:00 - 14:00. A further full road closure will cover the race start to the A1 between 10:00 - 11.30.
Please click on the icons within the map for both car park and on-street parking restrictions.
There will be no parking on the race route. Please park away from the route and with consideration to local residents and businesses. There will be a park and ride available from 8am to 5pm follow local signage for event car parks
The taxi ranks on Marygate and Walker Gate will be relocated to a temporary rank at Castle Gate Car Park.
For more information on what to see and do in Berwick go to visitberwick.com
Sunday 8 September
Big screen in the Parade Car Park showing the Stage 2 finish in Kelso from 2pm
Loads of fun cycling activities at Berwick Food and Beer Festival in the Barracks from 10am to 6pm
Monday 9 September
Take part in fun cycling activities including time trials, power challenges, smoothie bikes and bike displays on the Quayside from 9am
Watch the ride out with local school children and meet official mascots on Marygate from 10.30am
Followed by the race start on Marygate at 11am
Watch live coverage of the race throughout the day on the Quayside
Secure cycle storage facilities are available on Church Street in the old ATS building