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Ras de Cymru 2009

Half-board accommodation is available in the University of South Wales Halls of Residence on the Caerleon Campus but only to those who have booked at the time of entering. No accommodation bookings can be accepted after 31 May (i.e. the entry closing date).

Those staying in accommodation will receive a two-course meal (including a vegetarian option) from the evening of 9 July, a single en-suite room and a breakfast (either continental or cooked), on a daily basis, to the morning of 13 July. Breakfast will be served 7.00 - 8.00 and dinner 18.00 - 19.00 in the Main Refectory. At lunchtime the Refectory will be open until 13.30 on Wednesday - Friday but not on Saturday.

Note: the organiser should be advised of any special catering or accommodation needs sooner rather than later so that these needs can be met.

Overnight accommodation will be available on 8 July and/or 14 July on a bed and breakfast basis.

No bike mechanics/cleaning will be permitted in the accommodation facilities; there will be designated areas on the campus for this. A stand-pipe will be available each evening to enable riders to clean their bikes. Bikes can be stored in vehicles overnight or in accommodation kitchens, if clean.

There is a 24-hour, coin-operated laundrette on the campus.

Campus parking is on a pay and display basis.

Internet access is available in all rooms in the Halls of Residence and, with the exception of these, Wi-Fi access is available over much of the campus.

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The cost of half-board accommodation for helpers is £150 for 4 nights.

Enter the race and book accommodation via the British Cycling Online Entry System:

Note: no refunds for accommodation fees can be processed after 31 May (i.e. the entry closing date)