The rally is being held at Horndean Technology College, Barton Cross, Horndean Hants PO8 9PQ.


The site is easy to find being just off junction 2 of the A3M and it will be well signposted.


In addition to being a location on the London to Portsmouth coaching road the village can trace its brewing roots back to the 1720s with the locally renowned Gales Ales appearing in 1847 which existed privately owned until November 2005 when it was bought by Fuller, Smith and Turner. It was closed in April 2006 when it was converted to shops and flats. Although the brewery finally drained its coppers in 2006 Fullers still brew the ever popular 4.8% Horndean Special Bitter (HSB) which is still worth hunting out while you are in the area.

Premier Inn have a hotel in the village, recently expanded in 2017/18 and a short 15 minute stroll from the rally site if camping is not your bag. There is also the Ship & Bell which was the old brewery tap.


The Rally badge takes its colour scheme from the Horndean Parish Council and Gales Brewery logos so is representative of the area and its history.


There is a Morrisons store a 15 minute walk away if you are feeling energetic. A Coop community store is nearer in Catherington Lane and handy for your daily papers or any other bits and bobs you might need. It also has a free cash point. In addition to the Morrisons filling station there is a Esso station in Cowplain and a Shell station on the road to Havant, both of which are easily found.


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