Getting to CWCT
From 1 September 2014, CWCT can be found at the Studio, Entry Hill, Bath, BA2 5LY.
Phone 01225 330945
The A4 and A36 roads run through the city; the M4 motorway is approximately 10 miles distant.
If approaching from
the M4, leave the motorway at junction 18 and follow the A46 south 8 miles
to the Bath exit from the new dual carriageway. This brings you on to the
A4 westbound to Bath. After 1.5 miles turn left at the traffic lights (signposted
'City Centre A36'); follow the signs to Wells. Approximately 400 metres beyond the Bear Flat shopping area, fork left into Entry Hill. The Studio is approximately a kilometre on the left. There is unrestricted on street parking.
Flights to London Heathrow connect with:
1 National express
coach from Heathrow Central bus station to Bath Spa (time 2 hours)
2 Heathrow express to Paddington and train to Bath Spa
3 Rail air link to Reading and train to Bath Spa (all booked as a through rail journey)
There are flights to
Bristol Airport, 40 km from Bath. To travel on to Bath it is necessary
to travel into Bristol and take a train or bus to Bath. Alternatively
it is approximately 45 minutes by taxi.
By rail to Bath Spa
Bath Spa mainline station
is on the London Paddington to Bristol line. Half-hourly services run to
London, a journey of approximately 90 minutes. Bristol, with connections
to the Midlands, the North and the South West is a 15 minute journey. Rail Track Timetable information.
By coach to Bath
services operate from Bath Coach Station to and from Heathrow Central bus
station, London Victoria and other destinations.
Taxis are usually
available from outside the railway station or from 'Orange Grove', which
is next to the Abbey.
Your time in Bath
Bath is a World Heritage City and popular tourist destination. The webite available at http://www.visitbath.co.uk
gives information about hotels in Bath and things to see and do.