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About The Gore How to get to The Gore From junction 7 of the M4 you need to take a left turn at the roundabout onto the A4 signposted Maidenhead. You go straight through a set of traffic lights and when you reach a roundabout with a Sainsbury’s Superstore on your left you turn right into Lent Rise Road. Follow this road through the traffic lights, under the railway bridge (height limit 13’3’’), over the double mini roundabouts passing the petrol station on your right, past the BRICKMAKERS ARMS on the right, past THE PHEASANT on your left, straight through the double roundabouts and then fork right into Wymers Wood Road. Look for the sign PINES HOTEL. The entrance to the ground is 50 yards on the right after turning into Wymers Wood Road. From junction 2 of the M40 follow the A355 to Slough and take a right turn onto the A4. When you reach the roundabout with M4 signposted to the left follow the directions above. It is not advisable to take any short cuts cross country from the M40(J2) as Dropmore Road is impassable for coaches or mini-buses. Leave the M40 junction 4 and take the A404 towards Maidenhead and Reading. Keep on this road until you reach the M4 junction 8/9 and go London bound to junction 7 and then follow above directions from M4 ALTERNATIVE ROUTE FOR CARS ONLY From M40 junction 2 take A355 towards Slough. After quarter of a mile turn right across the dual carriageway signposted Burnham. Follow road signposted Burnham. As you reach Burnham you will see 30mph signs. Turn right immediately into Poyle Lane. Take second left down Pink Lane and follow road to junction. Turn left and after a quarter of a mile you will be at Burnham FC on the left. The nearest railway stations are at Burnham and Taplow. Both are approximately 2 miles from the ground. Admission to The Gore Admission to The Gore is just £8 for Adults, £4 for Concessions and £1 for Under 16’s. Our last visit –

 

 

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