Your guide to road closures in Rugby during the 2015 World Cup

The trophy comes to town on August 16
The trophy comes to town on August 16

A number of roads will be closed during the Rugby World Cup to facilitate the Fanzone and trophy tour.

Drivers will only be able to access Castle Mews, a private road owned by Rugby Borough Council off Castle Street, via James Street.

Vehicle access to properties on Albert Street with a right of way to their premises will be able to continue to use access.

A full barrier closure will be in place after the vehicle access to the Conservative Association car parking area prior to London Calling.

Gas Street (north) will be closed to all traffic using barriers and signs at the council-owned car park adjacent to the Old Market Building.

The vehicle access along Gas Street on to Church Street will not be affected.

The dates and times of the closures are as follows:

August 16, 8am to 4pm, trophy tour.

September 18, 10am to 10pm, opening ceremony

September 19, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

September 20, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

September 25, 6am to midnight, Food & Drink Festival

September 26, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

September 27, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 3, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 4, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 7, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 10, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 11, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 17, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 18, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 24, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 25, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 30, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

October 31, 8am to 10pm, Fanzone & activation

Rugby Borough Council said the timings have allowed for a period that is longer than what may be required and event staff will be on hand to help.