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Fleet Half Marathon - road closures and route information

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Fleet Half Marathon - road closures and route information

Published at 7:02am 19th March 2017.

A number of road closures are in place on Sunday as runners take part in the Fleet Half Marathon.

Now in its 36th year, it is one of the UK's longest running halfs.

Road closures start at Tavistock Road from 9:30am, with the last, Fitzroy Road, re-opening at 1:40pm.

Check your journey using our interactive travel map

Road Closures

RoadRunners' arrivalAnticipated re-opening
 Reading Road North (Southbound) Reading Road North (Northbound from Oatsheaf to Tavistock Road)

 10.00 (closed from 9.30)

 13.30
 Tavistock Road  10.00 (closed from 9.30)  10.40
 Merivale  10.25  10.40
 Leawood Road  10.30  10.45
 Crookham Road (Eastbound)  10.30  12.00
 Fleet Road  10.30  11.40
 Elvetham Road  10.30  11.15
 Minley Road (B3103) Towards Minley  10.45  12:00
 Blackbushes Road (westbound away from Fleet between Minley Road and Rotten Green Road)  10.50  12.15
 Rotten Green Road  10.55  12.30
 Pale Lane  11.00  12.30 
 A323 (Hartley Wintney to Fleet) (Partial opening to Fleet)  11.00  12.45
 Pale Lane  11.00  13.00
 Pilcot Road  11.05  13.15
 Hitches Lane  11.20  13.30
 Fitzroy Road 11.25 13.40
Tavistock Road (section between Fitzroy Road and Reading Road North only) 11.25 13.40

Course Map

Fleet Half Route

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