How to get here

Getting to the site via public transport, arriving at Wellington (Telford West) Train Station:  Leave the station via the exit next to the ticket office and walk up the stairs to the left of The Station Hotel, immediately outside, to get to the bus station.

The nearest bus stop is on Glendale in Lawley, a short walk from the site. You can get there on either the number 76 or 66 bus from Wellington Bus Station.

Number 66 Bus Timetable 25 minutes past the hour until 5pm.

Number 76 Bus Timetable 35 minutes past the hour until 5pm.

A map of how to get from Glendale bus stop to New Works Wood and the camp. Click on the image to view full size;

Route to site from the bus stop

By car – We have also arranged a space for people to leave their vehicles at The Haygate, Haygate Road, Wellington, Telford TF1 1QA. If you intend to leave your vehicle here then please park near the recycling bank.

By foot, from the train station –

Hope these are useful 🙂

::::::::::::Here’s a few of maps of the site as well::::::::::::

Coordinates are (in decimal):

Latitude 52.676212948752685

Longitude -2.506535053253174.

In degrees, minutes and seconds:

Latitude 52 40 34.3662

Longitude -2 30 23.5254

The site in relation to The Wrekin
The route to camp from New Works Lane
Site Map
Comments
  1. […] maps of the site and how to get to camp have now been uploaded and can be found on the camp blog https://defendhuntingtonlane.wordpress.com/public-transport-links/ Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Huntington Lane Camp launchedClimate Camp ‘09: A […]

  2. Tangle says:

    Good luck, i’ll be there when I can,
    T x

  3. Isaac says:

    This looks great guys! I should be able to get down there sometime next week hopefully!

  4. Silver Bird says:

    Look forward to seeing you guys – and hopefully many more peeps!
    Better weather coming – not long untilthe beautiful woodland is a blaze of colour from the Bluebells ( sadly we cannot arrrange a Bluebell walk this year as lousy UK COAL have denied the Public the pathways that form the scenic route through the woods)
    This state of affairs will last for at least the next 4 years – so come along soon as you can, and register your disgust at the deprivation of such a simple pleasure in life.
    SB.

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