Directions to our Office

Address:

Cerebral Palsy Sport

Units 5 and 21 Heathcoat Building, Nottingham Science and Technology Park, University Boulevard, Nottingham. NG7 2QJ

Telephone: 0115 925 7027

From the North:

By Car:

Leave the M1 motorway at Junction 25 and join the A52 to Nottingham.   Go straight on at the first and second islands. 

On reaching the island with the Toby Inn on the left hand side and a petrol station on the right, turn right onto Woodside Road (the B6464). 

Follow Woodside Road for approximately half a mile, go straight across another small island and at the next island turn left into University Boulevard (A6005).

Go through one set of pedestrian lights and across the tram track. At next set of lights turn right into the Nottingham Science and Technology Park. 

Heathcoat Building:  First road on the left, second building on the left (red and blue).

Please park in the visitor bays.  

Ring for Unit 5 and one of our team will come to meet you.

From the East:

From the A1 Grantham, take the A52 to Nottingham.   Travel for approximately 30 miles, past Bingham, Radcliffe on Trent and West Bridgford.  On approaching Nottingham (over the bridge over the River Trent) keep on the ring road until you pass the Industrial Park with the Bowling Complex and Car Showroom on the left hand side. 

Take the next left hand slip road down to an island.  Turn left at the island onto Beeston Road (University Boulevard A6005).  Go over one set of traffic lights and at the traffic lights turn left into the Nottingham Science and Technology Park.

From the South:

From the M1 motorway: Junction 24.   Follow A453 to City Centre.

Keep on the A453 and as you cross Clifton Bridge over the Trent you will need to be in the right hand lane (A52 Clifton Boulevard Ring Road – M1 North).

Follow the directions as above. .. ie keep on the ring road….Showcase Cinema.

Travelling by Train

Travel by train is easy into Nottingham Central and you are then able to catch the Tram to University Boulevard.

Timetable information can be found here: http://www.eastmidlandstrains.co.uk/train-times/printed-timetables/

Station information: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destinations/not.aspx

Travelling by Tram

Nottingham now has a tram network and you can catch a tram up to University Boulevard.

From Nottingham Train Station, catch the green line tram and stop at University Boulevard.

Nottingham Science Park is adjacent to the tram stop. At the entrance to the Science Park, walk straight ahead and then take the first road left turn into Jesse Boot Avenue. Walk down Jesse Boot Avenue and Heathcoat Building is the second large building on your left.

Please come to the main entrance of Heathcoat Building and ring for Unit 5. One of our team will come to meet you.

For details of the trams, please visit: http://www.thetram.net/

Maps can be located here: http://www.thetram.net/maps-and-stops.aspx