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Bradninch Court,
Castle St,

Getting to us

By road (from the M5):
Leave the M5 at Junction 29 towards Exeter. Turn right onto Honiton Road A3015. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Honiton Road A3015. Stay on Honiton Road A3015 and bear right as it turns into E Wonford Hill B3183. Keep on as it turns into Fore Street. Slight right to stay on Fore Street B3183. Keep on as it turns into Heavitree Road B3183. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Paris Street. Follow Paris Street around past John Lewis - then take the next left onto Bailey Street. Take a right as the road forks into two, onto Castle Street and bear right as you go up towards the Castle. Turn right into Bradninch Court past Caffe Espresso. Our offices are to the side on the right.
There is limited parking at our new offices so please leave plenty of time to find parking in Exeter. The nearest car parks are the John Lewis Car Park, the Princesshay Car Park, or the Guildhall Centre Car Park, all approximately a 3 to 5 minute walk away.
By train (from Exeter St. Davids):
Leave the train station and walk past the shops to the pedestrian crossing. Take the footpath (signposted to the University) to the right of the Premier Inn and cross the road at the top onto Howell Road. At the top of Howell road turn right and go past Bury Meadow Park to the Clock Tower roundabout. Turn right at the roundabout onto Queen Street towards Exeter Central Station. Go past Central Station, then turn left after the Royal Albert Memorial Museum onto Upper Paul Street and follow it round onto Gandy Street. Walk down Gandy street until the crossroad and turn left onto Musgrave Row. Walk up the ramp or take the stairs to Exeter Library. Walk past Exeter Library onto Castle Street, and turn left at the crossroads. Walk up towards the Castle and turn right after Caffe Espresso into Bradninch Court -where you have arrived.

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