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Directions and maps to places where we hold events.  See Transport for London's website for information about getting to any of them by public transport.

Hillingdon Cycle Circuit

Springfield Road, Hayes, Middlesex UB4 0LP

See map on the Circuit's website http://www.hillingdoncyclecircuit.org.uk/

Springfield Road runs parallel to the A312 Hayes By-pass linking Junction 3 on the M4 Motorway and the A40/M40. Parking is available inside and outside the circuit.

The cycle circuit shares an entrance with the Goals centre.  Continue straight on under barrier to the club house and storage huts by track, you can park on this entrance road.

If the approach road to the Circuit is full, please use the Minet Lodge Country Park car park.  You can see it on Google earth.  The entrance is further along Springfield Road on the right hand side at the bend in the road.  [The Goals car park is no longer available to circuit users.]

Please do not leave anything of value on display wherever you park.

Public transport: nearest station Hayes or Southall BR, or Ealing Broadway [BR, District & Central lines] then bus 207 or 427 [very frequent services] in the direction of Hayes.

Meeting place: At the new club house by the cycle track. 

Session times:  You can see the session times on the Circuit's website.  If we've booked the morning session, usually our events begin at 1000 and the Clubhouse will be opened around 0945.  When we just book the afternoon session we open or have access to the Clubhouse and circuit from 1300 - it's always used by cyclists before then on Saturdays.  For Sundays check the circuit calendar.

We book this venue and club house for our courses so there's somewhere to change, leave your kit and meet  Club members over a cup of tea or coffee.

Redbridge Cycling Centre

Please see http://www.redbridgecyclingcentre.co.uk/

Richmond Park - Sheen Gate

See map

The nearest tube stations are:

Hammersmith [Piccadilly & District lines, Hammersmith & City line] - from the Broadway bus station take a no. 33 bus towards Richmond - buses run every 8 minutes & the journey takes around half an hour.

East Putney [District line] - from the station take a no. 337 bus towards Richmond.- buses run every 12 minutes and the journey takes around half an hour.

For either bus service, get off by the junction of Sheen Lane and the Upper Richmond Road in East Sheen. Walk up Sheen Lane to Sheen Gate in 10-15 minutes.

Trains:

Run regularly from Waterloo to Mortlake station, the journey takes around 30 minutes and the station is approximately 15-20 minutes walk up Sheen Lane to the Park. For train times go to National Rail Enquiries.

For access details from other areas see the Park website

Other information:

There are toilets just inside the gate on the right.

See the Park website for opening hours. 

Want to know more about getting to meeting places by public transport?

Use Transport for London's journey planner

Hampshire roller skiing

Go to the Hampshire roller skiing page.