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Seaton Delaval is the largest of the five villages in Seaton Valley and is the site of Seaton Delaval Hall, the masterpiece completed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1727

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(c) Crown copyright and database rights [2015] Ordnance Survey [100049048]

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Estimated time of race arrival 15:15

The lead cars and outriders will arrive around 20 mins ahead of the race

There will be a full road closure on the Links Road between 13:30-16:15

There will be a full road closure between 14:30-16:15 extending in a loop around Seaton Sluice and Seaton Delaval, down the Laverock Hall road and back along Broadway into the finish on the marketplace in Blyth at approx. 15:30. NB: A longer closure will be in place on the Renwick Road/Broadway stretch as the race enters its final stage heading back into the centre of Blyth.

Sprint 3:

Specialist riders within each team will sprint out of Blyth towards the Sprint 3 finish line on the Links Road (ETA 15:10)

Seaton Delaval welcomes the Tour of Britain!

Cheer the riders as the race passes through Avenue Head.

With a live band and cycling stalls from 2pm

There is good on-street parking in Seaton Delaval, but please be aware that vehicle movements will be restricted between 14:30-16:15

No parking will be permitted on the north side of Astley Road between the Avenue Head roundabout and Western Avenue from 00:01 until the race has passed through

Please park responsibly so as to not block the race route or inconvenience local residents and businesses.

Why not visit Seaton Delaval Hall, a magnificent National Trust property