Getting Here

By car 

If you are using satellite navigation, please use the post code: CB4 2QT.

From the northwest via the A14 or from the west via the A428:

Follow the signs towards A14 Newmarket and from the A14 take the exit signposted A10 Ely. At the roundabout, turn right towards Cambridge and the A1309 Milton Road. Immediately after the roundabout, filter left and stay in the left hand lane until you reach a cross road, where you will want to enter the right hand lane and turn right onto King’s Hedges Road. Carry on straight down King’s Hedges and the College will be on your right hand side.

From the east via the A14:

Take the exit signposted A10 Ely. At the roundabout, turn left towards Cambridge along the A1309 Milton Road. Immediately after the roundabout, filter left and stay in the left hand lane until you reach a cross road, where you will want to enter the right hand lane and turn right onto King’s Hedges Road. Carry on straight down King’s Hedges and the College will be on your right hand side.

From the north via the A10:

Follow the A10 until the junction with the A14. Go across the roundabout towards Cambridge along the A1309 Milton Road. After the roundabout, filter left and stay in the left hand lane until you reach a cross road, where you will want to enter the right hand lane and turn right onto King’s Hedges Road. Carry on straight down King’s Hedges and the College will be on your right hand side.

Parking facilities are available for participants wishing to travel by car.

Parking is available as follows:

  • 2017 – Car Park 1 TBC
  • 2017 – Car Park 2 TBC

 

By train

Trains run frequently between Cambridge, Peterborough, Huntingdon and Ipswich. You can use National Rail Enquiries to plan your journey.

Taxis are available from outside the station. The journey time is approximately 15 minutes.

By bus 

The busway connects Peterborough with Cambridge stopping off at several places along the way including Cambridge Regional College.

Park and Ride

The Park and Ride services are an excellent way to get around the city. There are five with a total of 4500 free parking spaces. They are open seven days a week. Travel times into the city centre vary between 10 and 30 minutes. We would recommend parking at the Milton Park and Ride (CB24 6DQ) which stops at the top of Kings Hedges Road.