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The village is notable for the nearby Bamburgh Castle, a castle which was the seat of the former Kings of Northumbria, and for its association with the Victorian era heroine Grace Darling, who is buried there.
Specialist riders within each team will sprint through Bamburgh towards the Sprint 1 finish line just outside Seahouses
Estimated Time of Arrival: 13:10.
The lead cars and outriders will arrive around 20 minutes ahead of the lead riders.
There will be a full road closure on the B1342 and B1340 between Belford and Seahouses between 12:00-14:00
There will be no roadside parking permitted on the route. There is a car park opposite the entrance to the Castle and additional parking may be found in a field at the other end of the village near the church.
Please park considerately to avoid blocking the route and inconveniencing others.
For things to see and do in Bamburgh, go to visitnorthumberland.com
Why not visit Bamburgh Castle as part of your day?