Kington Park has excellent communication links to the whole of the M4, just 2 miles south of Junction 17. Connecting to London, Chippenham railway station is less than 3 miles away and there are two bus stops nearby.
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Directions to Kington Park
From the North
Exit the M4 at Junction 17.
Take the southern exit, A350 to Chippenham. At the first set of traffic lights turn right then immediately left by The Plough pub (currently closed).
After about 200 metres on the right there will be two entrances to Kington Park. The the first is for the Langley building only and the second is the main entrance.
From the South
From the roundabout on the A350 with the BP petrol station on your left hand side, take the first exit, north, after the petrol station.
After about 400 metres there is a slip road signposted for Kington Park. Kington Park is on your left after about 100m. The the first is the main entrance and the second is for the Langley building only.
If you miss the slip road turn left at the next set of raffic lights and then immediately left by The Plough pub. Kington Park will be on your right after 200 metres. The the first is for the Langley building only and the second is the main entrance.
50 minute drive from Bristol International Airport
1 hour 30 minute drive from Cardiff International Airport
1 hr 20 minute drive from Heathrow International Airport
Chippenham Railway Station is less than 3 miles away and connects to London.
The approximate train times from Chippenhamto London Paddington is 1 hour 10 minutes.
Kemble Railway Station to the north is a 30 minute drive and is also on a direct connection to London.
To/from Chippenham: services typically run every twenty minutes to the centre of Chippenham.