St Ledger - Chamber Race Day

1st June 2016

The odds are looking good for members of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce to enjoy a fantastic day at the races.

Join the Chamber for a superb day at the races on Friday, 9th September at our own St Leger Festival Winning Post Marquee for 2016 Doncaster Cup Day. The Winning Post Marquee, positioned in the centre of the course, overlooking the Winning Post provides a superb dining and social experience, positioned at the very heat of the action and offering unbeatable views of Doncaster's straight mile. Feel the adrenaline with the sounds of thundering hooves and crowds roaring, as the horses' race towards the post. Guests will receive: Entrance badge for course admission and exclusive marquee Reserved car parking (1 per 2 guests) Three-course lunch Light afternoon tea Unlimited house wines, beers and soft drinks Race card for each guest Racing newspapers Tote Facility Networking opportunities

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