Disneyland Paris Magical Run Weekend 2017 – The Review

You can find Practical Information about the event in our other blog post, here, and the ‘non-runners’ review here.



I took part in the 5k, 10k and Half Marathon races at Disneyland Paris this September.  I do consider myself a ‘runner’ but I am far from a fast runner!  Disney Races suit me perfectly as they are not geared towards running competitively.  This was my fifth half marathon, and  I also took part  the inaugural Race weekend in DLP in 2016.  For the purpose of this review I will draw some comparisons between the two.  There will almost certainly be some changes made for 2018, so please take my review as just that – my reflections on the events so far, rather than a guide to 2018!



My friends and I booked an onsite room at Sequoia Lodge with an Annual Pass Discount and were able to add race entries (bibs) on to this booking.  There were other options to book.  You could a package with hotel, tickets and bibs directly through Disneyland Paris, or through several nominated Travel Agents.  Some people also booked offsite hotels, and purchased bibs separately in June.



In July, RunDisney emailed all participants with details for registering their details for the races.  For those entering the Half Marathon, a Medicate Certificate had to be completed by a doctor and submitted by the end of August.  Most GPs facilitated the completion of these certificates, usually for a fee.  Due to technical difficulties encountered by some, the deadline was extended.


The Official Run Weekend Guide

The Official guide for the weekend was emailed to all participants in the week leading up to the races.  It included the routes for all races plus practical information about the Expo, Spectators etc.  You can see the guide for 2017 here.


The ‘Expo’

The Expo was located between McDonald’s in Disney Village and Newport Bay Hotel.  It opened on the Thursday at 3pm and queues for this both years started a few hours before opening but died down later on.  At the Expo I collected my race bibs, t-shirts and gEAR bags.  you get a t-shirt for each race you enter, plus an extra one for the challenge if you were doing that.  I purchased my Photopass for the races (€35 for up to 3 bibs, and €60 for up to 6 bibs).  I was also able to collect my limited-edition race pin that I had pre-ordered online.  Last year the pins sold out very quickly and a lot of people were left disappointed.  I was delighted to see RunDisney listen to feedback from this and this year to give the option to order in advance.  I didn’t have to queue for very long for any of this, but it is a hot and stuffy tent, with very loud music.  Not my favourite part of the weekend so I was glad to get it over and done with on the Thursday.

The Expo also hosted a variety of Run Disney merchandise for sale, a Speaker Series, various exhibitors, sports massage / KT taping, wristbands for spectators of the races, poster-making and a pop-up Starbucks.


The ‘Bibs’

A bib is allocated for each race, except for those who took part in the 10k and Half Marathon ‘Challenge’, which was just one bib.  On each bib was a letter, A, B, or C, which corresponds to the corral you are in before starting the race.


Spectators / ChEARleaders

Spectators were encouraged to come  to the races to chEAR on their family members and friends.  There were two main areas for this; on Main Street USA (10k and half marathon only) and near the finish lines.  To access these areas, wristbands needed to be collected from the Expo.  For the 10k race and especially for the Half Marathon, there were lots of other locations for ChEARing outside the parks.


The 5k Race

This year saw a change to the day, time, start line, finish line and route of the 5k race!  It was held on Friday evening at 8pm and started in front of Sequoia Lodge Hotel.  We had to access the corrals at the other side of the lake, near the Expo.  Corrals A and B closed at 7:30pm and Corral C closed at 8pm.  I was in Corral C.  The race was a few minutes late getting started and it did seem to take some time for all corrals to go over the start line. I started at around 8:35pm and the last runners crossing at approximately 8:45pm.  This race was not timed.

The route went though Disney Village, into Walt Disney Studios, around the park and through some backstage areas.  There were several character meets/stops along the route including Cinderella and Prince Charming (alternating with Belle and the Beast), backstage, Quasimodo, Esmerelda and Clopin (alternating), The Three Little Pigs, Gaston, Aristocats, Remy and Emile.  The queues were long-ish but moved relatively quickly.  There were also Photopass photographers at the Finish line.  There was one water stop along the route.  The backstage areas were not well-lit and I found this to be a huge drawback of the race.  It was nice to see the parks all lit up while running, but I really think this race would be better if it were held in the morning like the other ones.  (Unfortunately it has already been confirmed that next year it will also be held at 8pm on the Friday again.)

The finish line was inside the Studios, in the Production Courtyard.  I found the finish to be quite disorganised.  It was unclear as to where to collect your medal and where to go after that.  Here; we encountered a huge problem.  There were not enough 5k medals for everybody.  Several hundred people were left disappointed.  The staff, not knowing quite what to do, collected names and email addresses of those left without.  There was supposed to be post-race refreshments but these also ran out, with only water left by the time I got there.

All in all, while I did enjoy the 5k race, I felt like it could not compare to how good the previous year’s race was.  Out of this year’s races, it ranks at the bottom of the pile for me.  It took us quite a while to wind down after the race.  We got some food in Earl of Sandwich to bring back to the Hotel and it must have been 1am before we got to bed.  Not too bad; if you don’t have to be up at 5am for another race the following morning!


The Studios Kick-Off Party

This party was held from 9pm on the Friday night but I did not attend.  I had been to the one last year and didn’t have a great experience, and with the extra race this year I decided to give it a miss.  I believe it was late starting and it was difficult to find out what was happening.  There were some character Meet and Greets (mostly the same as the ones from the 5k race), access to rides, face-painting and a DJ.  This event is NOT scheduled for Run Weekend 2018.



If you had breakfast included in your package (with a meal plan, or by staying Club Level), there was a runner’s breakfast provided in the hotels on both Saturday and Sunday morning.  This was a continental buffet breakfast.  Runners were also given a wristband in case they wanted to return for second breakfast after the races.  Breakfast hours were extended to 12pm.



The 10k race

The 10k race was held at 7am and the start line was beside Vapianos at the side of Disney Village (Ave. Paul Séramy).   Again, we were divided into Corrals to await the start of the race.  Corrals A nd B closed a 6:30am and Corral C closed at 7am.   I was given Corral B but moved back to C to be with friends (Moving back a corral is allowed, moving forward is not).  The race started on time and we were on our way by 7:24am.  This race was not timed.  The route went into Walt Disney Studios, then into Parc Disneyland and then back into the Studios again for the finish.  Some of the route also went backstage but not too much.  Some of the later runners had a few hundred metres of their course cut off; no explanation was given but we can assume it was to get runners out of the parks to get it ready for opening.

Again there were several Character stops on the route.  Jack Skellington and Sally,  Remy and Emile, Woody and Jessie, Fairy Godmother and Merlin at one of the old Magic on Parade Floats, The Three Little Pigs, Stitch and Angel, Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket, Aurora and Philip (alternating with the three good fairies) at Maleficent’s Dragon Parade Float, Aladdin and Jasmine (alternating with Genie and Sultan), Kuzko, Kronk and Yzma (alternating with Karl, Doug and Russell from Up), Alice and friends.  One certainly couldn’t complain about that selection!  The queue lengths varied, some being quite long and others being short.   There were also lots of Photopass photographers at various locations around the parks, including in front of the castle, at Rex in Toy Story Playland, and at the finish.  There were two water stops along the route.

The race went very smoothly, save for the finish line which got a bit congested with people taking photos with Mickey & friends in their running gear.  It was my favourite race out of the three that I did.  The route was unbeatable, the characters plentiful, and there was enough medals and post-race refreshments for everyone!



The Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo Challenge

Prior to the races, those entered into the 31k Challenge (10k and Half Marathon) had been told to collect a wristband at the end of the 10k race and wear it the next day in order to receive the Challenge medal.  After the 10k, Cast Members told us that there were no wristbands, and all we had to do was present our Challenge bib the next day to get the medal.  Potentially, this meant that one did not need to finish, or even start the 10k in order to get the Challenge medal!  I believe they are more strict about this for the US Challenges.


The Kids Races

I did not attend the Kids Races this year as I did not have my children with me!   They took place from 11am-12pm around Lake Disney.  There were three distances depending on the age of the child: 100m, 200m and 1km.  I learned from friends that were there that the organisation of them had not improved from last year; in fact they had worsened.  The races ran over time, leaving children standing out in the direct sun for a long time.  They ran out of medals.  This was a huge disappointment for the children involved.





The Half Marathon

The Half Marathon was another early start, commencing at 7am.  Again, Corrals A and B closed at 6:30am and Corral C closed at 7am.  We saw some people trying to climb over the barriers well after 6:30am, only to be sent back to C by stewards!  We were in Corral B and couldn’t believe our luck when we crossed the start line at 7:08am.

The route could be broken up into approximate thirds – first third in the Disney parks, middle third in the surrounding area including the partner hotels, and last third around the Disney Hotels and through Disney Village back to the Studios.  There were around 8 beverage/fuel stops along the route.  Some just had water, some had water and Powerade, and two of the stops had food, which included Balisto bars and cereal bars.

We stopped for lots of photos in the parks.  Again, characters and Photopass photographers were plentiful.  Along the route were The Three Caballeros (alternating with Kuzco and friends), Tinkerbell!!! (alternating with Alice), Hyenas from the Lion King (alternating with Rafiki and Timon), Stormtroopers, Joy and Sadness (alternating), Nick Wilde and Judy Hopps (alternating), Mickey and Minnie in their Anniversary outfits, Scrooge, Rapunzel and Flynn with Snow White and Prince Charming.  Plenty for everyone and some of the queues were very short (non-existent in some cases!).  There were plenty of other Photopass photographers at this race too; including in front of the castle, and the 25th Anniversary Car and the finish.  According to my Garmin watch, I was stopped for 25 minutes in total, a very long toilet stop (this was the longest queue!) which included at least 6 character stops, plenty of photos and lots of hugs with ChEARleaders along the way.

Entertainment was also provided outside Disney property in the form of live music.  This was great for keeping us going during that section.

At the finish line, Mickey and Co. were there again for some selfie opportunities.  Everyone was presented with their Half Marathon medal after the finished, and then instructed to move along to a separate area for the Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo and Castle to Chateau Challenge medals.  Again there was plenty of refreshments available in the form of a box of snacks for everyone and bottles of water and Powerade.  There were also foil blankets to keep the heat in.

I could not fault the Half Marathon Race in any way.  It was very well organised and it ran like clockwork.  As I said already, my favourite race was the 10k, mainly because of the route.  It would be impossible to have an entire half marathon inside Disney property but that middle section does drag!

Allez!  Allez!

A special shout out has to go to all the ChEARleaders, friends and cast members alike, who got up early just to cheer the runners on.  You’ll never know how much of a boost it gives us to ‘Just Keep Running’.  Thank you.



Photopass photos from the races were due to be available by 2nd October.  This was delayed by two days.  I did manage to download all my photos but some of my friends had trouble registering their passes and have not yet resolved this.  The photos themselves, as with all Photopass photos from Disney, are excellent quality and high-resolution.  Well worth the money.


Changes for 2018

As I mentioned already, the Kick-off party will not go ahead next year.  The format of the races appears to be the same as this year.  Once welcome addition is the 36k Challenge medal for runners who complete the 5k, 10k and Half Marathon.  The 31k challenge also makes a return, which means that you could potentially get 5 medals for running 3 races!

The Challenge is not for the faint-hearted.  With the right training, it is achievable for most people; but it does need to be taken seriously.  On top of running three races in 36 hours, you have to contend with early starts, reduced sleep and the usual tiredness that comes with spending time in Disney parks!  That said, it is definitely worth the effort, and I am very much looking forward to returning next year.

Roll on Magical Run Weekend 2018!


Disneyland Paris Magical Run Weekend – What’s it all about?

Run Weekend Practical Information

See Disney’s Official information here.


What is the Disneyland Paris Magical Run Weekend?

The Run Weekend does exactly what it says on the tin; it gives you the opportunity to run some races in the Disneyland Paris parks and surroundings.


What’s involved?

Races – 5k, 10k, Half Marathon and kids races through the Disney parks and their surroundings, featuring entertainment and characters on the routes.

Special Events – TBC

Health & Wellness Expo – Bib and t-shirt collection, Speaker Series, Exclusive Merchandise, RunDisney Photopass+ purchase and registration.


The Races

For each race entered you will receive a personalised bib (which you attach to your t-shirt for the race), a gEAR bag, a t-shirt, refreshments and medal (the latter upon completion of the race).

5k Race – Friday 21st September @8pm.  From age 5 upwards.

10k Race – Saturday 22nd September @7am.  From age 14 upwards.  Course runs through both Disney Parks.

Kids Races – Saturday 22nd September @11am.   Distances – 100m – from 1 to 3 years, 200m – from 4 to 7 years, 1K – from 8 to 12 years.

Half Marathon – Sunday 23rd September @7am.  From age 18 upwards and upon the completion of a Medical Certificate.  Course runs through both Disney Parks.



The Challenges

31k Challenge – Complete both the 10k and the Half Marathon and receive an extra Challenge Medal

36k Challenge – Complete the 5k, 10k and Half Marathon and receive an extra Challenge Medal (in addition to the 31k Challenge medal.  3 races; 5 medals!)

Castle to Chateau Challenge – Complete a Half Marathon in Disneyland California or Walt Disney World Florida in 2018 aswell as the one in Paris and receive an extra Challenge Medal.

All races must be finished within the pacing requirements in order to earn the challenge medals. (see below)






Do I need to be able to run the whole race?

Absolutely not!  You may run the entire race, alternate running and walking, or walk the whole course.  The only stipulation is that you must stay under the minimum pace requirement of 16 minutes per mile.  If you want to stop for photos and/or characters you will need to train at a minimum of a 15 minute per mile pace (approximately 9 minutes per kilometre).

Check out Boot Hill Mary Poppins’ ‘non-running’ review of Run Weekend here.

How Can I Train for the Races?

Check out the training plans by Jeff Galloway, the official training consultant for RunDisney and founder of the Run Walk Run method.  (Boot Hill Blog highly recommends this method!).  Click here.

For support, camaraderie and post-race cocktails, join the running group Run DV on Facebook.  Click here to join.

How Do I Book It?

You can book a race package with accommodation, park tickets, and race bibs directly from Disneyland Paris by calling your country’s dedicated phone number listed here.  You may also book via a Travel Agent, as listed here.   Another option is to book your accomodation, park tickets and race bibs/entries separately.  Race bibs are expected to be on sale in late Spring 2018.


Can I wear a costume for the races?

Costumes are allowed and even encouraged!


What is the RunDisney Photopass+?

The RunDisney Photopass+ is an optional purchase.  After the races, you can view, download and print your photos from the races.  There will be photographers at various locations around the race courses, including Character stops and at the Finish Line.  There are two types of Photopass+ to purchase for the weeked, with one of them also giving the option to download extra photos taken in the Parks during your stay.


Click here to read Boot Hill Ted’s comprehensive review of the 2017 races.


Run Disney – A non-runners experience. 


You may have read some of our other posts about the Race weekends at Disneyland Paris. If not, then go read them – they’re great!
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What if you’ve never run before?
A year ago that was me! I’d tried couch to 5k a couple of times but, honestly, even the first week was hard!!
But seeing my friends’ photos from the first run weekend, and the wonderful Facebook group for all things DLP Run related, Run DV, made me decide that 2017 race weekend was for me!
I got some trainers, and some running clothes and after reading about it on Run DV got the Jeff Galloway 5k app. And more impressive than anything – I finished the programme! (Check it out if, like me, you found C25K a struggle, it’s much more encouraging for brand new runners.)
So knowing that I could do a 5k meant I had the confidence to book to do it at DLP.
And how was it?
I was nervous of getting swept (being too slow and not being able to finish the race) so didn’t really stop for character photos, which I now regret as even at my slow pace, and walking and chatting for a lot of the 5k, I finished with loads of time! I definitely won’t worry about time next year and will slow down (even more!) and enjoy it more.
I’m also going to go for 10k, as the difference the crowds and Disney Magic on the day made was incredible. I ran all the way from the Start Line (at the Sequoia Lodge) to Walt Disney Studios Park. Not far for real runners, but for this newbie – by far my furthest!
It’s really spurred me on to keep on with the running and aim for more next year.
I’ll never do the half though!







Probably not anyway!!!

Driving To The Magic

In an earlier blog I talked about the joys of Eurostar, this time we are all about the delights of driving.

I’m going to assume you have never driving in continental europe before, if you have then some of the following will be familiar territory.  Before you set off please make sure you have your full driving license, your car insurance certificate and the ownership papers for your vehicle.  If, like me, your car is owned by a leasing company you will need a permission slip to take it out of the country.

I am also going to assume you are not intending on driving into Paris itself so you WILL NOT need a Crit’Air sticker which certifies your vehicle reaches a certain emissions standard (https://www.rac.co.uk/drive/news/motoring-news/law-change-for-uk-drivers-in-french-cities/) which ONLY applies if drive in the areas mentioned in the RAC article in the above link.

Also, this article concerns crossing by ferry from Dover and the subsequent drive.  You can get yourself down to Dover, that bit is not my problem!

Ok, so it is stupid o’clock in the morning, you have arrived at Dover docks. I prefer to travel with P and O Ferries (POferries.co.uk) however DFDS (http://www.dfdsseaways.co.uk/DFDS/Ferries)sail from Dover to Dunkirk.  P&O have a series of options when you book and early booking is advisable.  I am a big fan of priority boarding to be first on and first off, there is also the option for the club lounge upgrade and a supplementary charge for WiFi whilst on board.  To keep the price down you can set a fixed time to sail or you can have a flexible booking.  We tend to stay overnight in Dover the night before we sail so use a non flexible ticket from Dover to Calais then a semi flexible return as it gives a 4 hour window in case of delays.

At the docks you will be directed through a series of booths, first up is French passport control immediately followed by UK.  It is not unheard of for them to be unmanned, in which case drive on through.  It is equally likely for there to be substantial queues so allow plenty of time. Check on Port of Dover   for updates.

Once through passport control you are guided by very clear signage towards check in.  HM Customs sometimes random check and will pull a vehicle into the large building on your right if they feel the urge although this generally happens to vehicles arriving in the UK but not very often!

Approaching the check in booths.

Drive to a booth with a green tick indicating it is open and ensure that it is for the company you are using (P & O or DFDS). They use number plate recognition softwear and will quickly identify you.  You will be given a ticket identifying ferry and lane number and a hanger to go on your driving mirror. Follow the signs to your allocated lane.

Once in your lane sit and wait to board!  Well not entirely.  Driver you have some jobs to do.

  1. Fit your headlight beam deflectors
  2. Put your GB sticker on the back

What?  you have forgotten what you need for diving in France?


You will need:

Headlight deflectors
GB Sticker
Warning triangle
Hi Vis Vests for each passenger (ensure one is in the vehicle for the driver)
Breathalyser (legal requirement but check the website for exact guidance)
Spare bulbs

If you haven’t got them then either buy them on the Ferry or from the terminal building.  You can’t miss this building!


Excuse the lack of daylight, it was at 5.30 am!

About 20 to 30 minutes prior to sailing you will board.  Drive on, park and head off the car deck. Make a note of the floor and the colour of the stairway. Don’t forget to take anything you need as you will not be able to get back to your car until the ship has arrived in Calais or Dunkirk.

Once on the Ferry I always go for breakfast.  Lots of overpriced options for feeding the troops but I can’t pass up on my last chance for a full English breakfast for a few days.

Deck plans are everywhere, we last travelled on The Pride of Canterbury.


There are plenty of lounges and it is always nice to go up on deck and say goodbye to the UK!

The onboard shop can sell things much cheaper than you can buy on the mainland yet strangely they do not.

Have a mooch around then sit and pass the time!

Shortly before docking you will be asked to return to the car decks.  People do crowd around the stairs so watch out for little ones!

Arrival in France.

Apart from driving on the wrong side of the road speed limits are the biggest differences.  You can legally go at 80mph on the motorways so long as it isnt raining.  If weather is inclement the speed limit drops. Look on the RAC website above for guidance.  As you leave the docks follow the signs for Paris, Lille, Arras and Reims.


The motorways in France are fab, fast and straight. There are various routes to DLP but my preferred one is A26, A1, A104 and A4.  There are tolls and you approach the toll booths about 20 minutes from Calais.

Take the ticket and drive on.  Follow the signs for Paris and Charles De Gaulle airport after joining the A1.  Shortly after the airport (2 and a half hours or so after leaving Calais you leave the toll system.  Pay by card is quicker.

Joining the A104 (La Francillien) is slightly tricky, Follow the signs for Marne La Vallee.  You will see your first sign for Disneyland Paris around here.  The A104 is a fast and hectic road but you are not on it for long.  Leave onto the A4 following the signs for Reims.

Nearly there, exit at junction 14 for Disney and you’re almost home!

Service stations

There are two types of rest stops in France, full service areas and very basic picnic areas with hole in the ground type toilets.  Make sure you have loo roll in the car and ladies may wish to use a Shewee. These basic toilets are not always the cleanest of places…

The full service areas often have great restaurants as well as the usual fast food stuff. We normally stop as Assenvilliers as it is roughly half way on the A1.

I can recommend driving, it is straight forward, quick, you can bring back lots of shopping and the French motorway system is so much better than the UK one!

Weekly Park Schedule

If you want to know what’s going on at either Disneyland Park or Walt Disney Studios, here is the link to the current weekly park programme.

The programme lists opening hours, show and parade times and the time and locations for all official meet and greets, along with any other special events. (Please note that meet and greets in Extra Magic Hours are not listed, and that additional impromptu character meets can happen at any time, at any location around the park with no warning).

Each new programme starts on a Saturday, but is released on the link below at some time on the previous day on the Friday.


(The link takes you to a pdf file on the Disneyland Paris website. On a laptop/PC etc it should open in another tab on your browser; on mobile devices it might open automatically, or just download to your device.)

If you are staying in a Disney hotel you will usually be given a paper copy of the current park programme, along with a copy of the park map. Park programmes and maps are also readily available to all guests; just check the dispensers on the wall as you walk through from the park gates, under Main Street Station, towards Town Square.


Park programmes are usually very similar within a season (Christmas, Halloween, Frozen Summer Fun, Season of the Force, Swing Into Spring etc.). So if your holiday is a little way off, but you would like to do some planning, you can usually get a good idea at least of what might be happening from the current park programme, as long as it is within the same ‘season’.




How to get to Disneyland Paris

Need to organise transport to Disneyland Paris?  We’ve got all your options covered here.  Click on the links below for all the information on each method of transportation.

By Train – Eurostar

By Car – Eurotunnel or Ferry

Air – Flying from the UK, Ireland and beyond  Coming soon!


Disneyland Paris Useful Information

Useful Information when visiting Disneyland Paris

Click on the links below for everything you need to know for your trip.





First Aid

Hotel Amenities 

Mobility Scooters

Merchandise Mail Order

Park Schedules


More coming soon!



Main Topics

How to get there

Where to Stay

Where to Eat

Meal Plans Made Easy

Meal Plan Supplements

Character Dining

Annual Passes



Annual Pass: DISCOVERY


The Discovery Pass is the cheapest and most basic of the four Disney Annual Passes now currently available. It doesn’t come with any privileges and is subject to the most blackout days.

* €139
* Use of the Disney car park for an additional €40
* Access to both parks 150 days of the year subject to the days outlined below.

Blackout dates (days where you will NOT be able to access either park) for the Discovery Annual Pass are as follows:

April 2017 – No access for the duration of April.
May 2017 – 1st, 6th, 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th.
June 2017 – 3rd, 4th, 5th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th and 26th.
July 2017 – No access for the duration of July.
August 2017 – No access for the duration of August.
September 2017 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th and 30th.
October 2017 – 1st, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st.
November 2017 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th and 26th.
December 2017 – 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st.
January 2018 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th.
February 2018 – 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th.
March 2018 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th and 31st.
April 2018 – 1st, 2nd, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th,
May 2018 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 26th and 27th.
June 2018 – 2nd, 3rd, 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th and 30th.
July 2018 – All of July APART from these days of access: 3rd, 10th and 17th.
August 2018 – No access for the duration of August.