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Please see http://maps.google.co.uk/ and enter the postcode as RG41 5BG. The main entrance to the College is at the junction of New Road and Bearwood Road.
The route from the motorway:
At junction 10 on the M4, follow the signs for ‘Reading East’.
After ¾ mile at the sign for ‘Winnersh, Woodley, Earley (A329)’ take the first exit left.
After 1/3 mile, taking the second of four lanes, turn right at the roundabout, following signs to ‘Winnersh, Woodley, Earley (A329)’.
Keep in the second left hand lane and bear left in 200 yards, signposted for ‘Winnersh, Earley (A329), Lower Earley (B3270)’.
Go straight ahead over a double set of traffic lights (you are crossing over the A329 here), signposted for ‘Lower Earley, Shinfield B3270’.
After ½ mile turn left at the fi rst roundabout, following the sign for ‘Sindlesham Mill, Nirvana Spa’.
Go past the Reading Moat House over three narrow bridges and under the motorway.
After ¼ mile, go straight over the roundabout, following the sign for ‘Barkham’.
After 300 yards, just before the junction, you will find the entrance to Reddam House on the right.
The 190 bus route operated by First Bus runs between Reading, Wokingham and Bracknell. It stops at Winnersh Cross Roads every 20 minutes. More information on the bus timetable can be found at http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/berkshire_thames/journey_planning/route190/ Reddam House is a short walk from the bus stop. At the crossroads take Bearwood Road, keeping Sainsbury’s on your left and the carwash on your right. Walk under the motorway bridge. At the mini roundabout take the first exit and keep walking past Bearwood Primary School on your left. At the next right hand turn you will see the main entrance to the College.
The nearest train station to Reddam House is Winnersh and it is served by frequent train services from both Reading and Wokingham. Trains from Reading usually bring visitors from London, Oxford Bristol, Heathrow Airport and the North. Trains from Wokingham usually bring visitors from Gatwick Airport, Farnborough and Guildford and from more local travellers from the nearby towns of Crowthorne and Sandhurst. There are taxi ranks at both Reading and Wokingham station. Winnersh station is about 1 mile from the School. To walk, come out of the station and turn right. You will shortly reach a busy crossroad junction. At the crossroad junction go straight over onto Bearwood Road, keeping Sainsbury’s on your left and the carwash on your right. Walk under the motorway bridge. At the mini roundabout take the first exit and keep walking past Bearwood Primary School on your left. At the next right hand turn you will see the main entrance to the College.
Taxis are available at both Reading and Wokingham stations within the designated taxi ranks. Taxis can also be booked in advance via 24/7 Executive Cars on 0118 979 9247. We expect guardians to arrange travel to and from airports via taxi and recommend 24/7 Executive Cars, whose drivers are all CRB checked.
Reddam House is 35 minutes drive from Heathrow Airport and an hour away from Gatwick Airport. Both are busy international airports and well establish transport hubs serving the South of England.
We expect guardians of our international students to arrange travel to and from airports via taxi and recommend 24/7 Executive Cars, whose drivers are all CRB checked. 24/7 Executive Cars can be contacted on 0118 979 9247.
There is a station at Gatwick Airport allowing visitors to take the train directly to Wokingham or Reading and change for the short journey (under 10 minutes) to Winnersh Station.
At Heathrow Aiport, there is a fast RailAir bus which takes travellers from the Airport directly to Reading Station where the final section of the journey can be undertaken by bus (route 190), train (to Winnersh) or taxi. Alternatively, visitors can take the underground Piccadilly Line or the Heathrow Express overground train into London and then the train back out from Paddington to Reading or from Waterloo to Wokingham, changing for the final train ride to Winnersh station.