EXHIBITION 2016

SATURDAY 13th FEBRUARY 2016, 10.00am – 4.30pm

Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Stantonbury, Milton Keynes. MK14 6BN

Programme and Floor Plan

The exhibition programme and floor plan are now available as PDFs for download – start planning your visit!

Further details

Ticket purchase and prices

Tickets are available online now – see below (via WeGotTickets) – and will also be available at the door on the day.

Buy adult ticket

ADULT TICKET £6.00

Adult ticket:
£6.00
Buy child ticket

CHILD TICKET £3.50

Child ticket:
£3.50
Buy family ticket

FAMILY TICKET £11.00

Family ticket (2 adults + up to 3 children):
£11.00


Rail ticket discounts

Discount on entry if you travel to the show by rail and purchase your ticket on the door. Simply show your valid rail ticket at the door when purchasing your ticket to obtain discount as follows:

  • Adults: £5.50 with valid rail ticket
  • Children: £3.00 with valid rail ticket
  • Families: £10.00 with valid rail ticket

Location

We are pleased to announce that our 2016 exhibition will be held at Stantonbury Leisure Centre, Milton Keynes:

Stantonbury Leisure Centre
Stantonbury Arts & Leisure
Stantonbury
Milton Keynes
MK14 6BN

Visit the Stantonbury Leisure Centre website (opens new window).

Our Exhibition Manager, Terry Silver, comments:

‘We were delighted with the success of our 2015 exhibition which was attended by a record 2,800 people. We have listened to feedback from that show and will be making changes to car parking and catering arrangements this year. We look forward to seeing everyone in February.’

FREE BUS SERVICES

Free bus services will be in operation from MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL for use by rail and bus ticket holders. See ‘TRAVEL’ section for details.

Layouts confirmed to date. More to follow as final confirmation received.

Z scale

Aldborough East

Graham Jones
Awaiting description – another of Graham’s excellent layouts!

N scale

Blue River Bridges

Bill Ball, Peter Ball
Layout built as simply as possible to show what can be done at a low cost. Running Canadian and American rolling stock.

Castleside Junction

Colin Joyce
A home and exhibition layout which shows how much can be done in N gauge, when two experts get together, to produce an interesting large layout in a reasonable space.

Dentdale

Wayne Webb
Award-winning (Warley 2015 Best N Gauge layout!) Settle and Carlisle-based layout which runs from the Coal Road Bridge to Blea Moor Tunnel and includes features such as Dent station and sidings, Arten Gill viaduct and St Leonard’s Church.

Garsdale Head

Michael Le Marie
Represents the Settle and Carlisle railway in the post-privatisation era. Based on Garsdale station, the mainline has been completely relaid using concrete sleepered track and Yoredale Railway Preservation Society has relaid the line to Hawes.

Haversham Central

John Dowrick
1960s steam and diesel layout with plenty going on! Fictional location giving a really inspiring example of what can be achieved in a very small space.

Webber Heights

Gareth Homersley
Freelance layout constructed in 2mm/ft scale and built with KATO, UNITRACK and KATO UNITRAM. The layout is continuous and features four running lines plus two running tram tracks and a four platform station. An airport diorama has also been constructed on a separate board.

009 scale

Avyn-a-Llyin

Andrew Bailey, Alison Bailey
The layout has Welsh origins hence the name, although you will realise the name isn’t Welsh if you say it the English way! Avyn-a-llyin has won numerous trophies and since 2012 has been undergoing a gradual refurbishment to keep it looking fresh.

Dinas Junction

Jon Potter
1930s representation of Dinas Junction, the original terminus of the North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways and later of the Welsh Highland Railway.

3mm scale

Wantage Tramway

Andrew Shillito
A small, decrepit light railway running between Wantage Road Station (GWR) and Wantage Town. Coaches and two tram locos are from etched materials while the other locos are scratch built.

H0 scale

Auerbach Yard

Graham Sturman
Auerbach Yard is a fictional urban switching yard on the Gulf, Mobile & Ohio RR, “somewhere in Illinois”, set in the early 1970’s prior to GM&O’s merger with Illinois Central RR in 1972.

Colorado Bluff

Dave Stringfellow, Joe Pearson http://frankc76.wix.com/chmrc
The line you see today was closed by the mainline railroad company several years ago. More recently, the line was taken over and reopened by the town and a private company with a view to save the local freight and commuter services and a heritage transport museum was set up in a local railroad workshop. Nowadays, there is more and more freight and passenger traffic appearing on the line from many of the major railroad companies, as well as stock movements to and from the museum…

Salz OBB

Michael Watts www.austrianrailwaygroup.co.uk
Salz ÖBB is at 800m, 10km south from Salzburg. The line was built for timber & stone freight between Weißbach and Mitterau. Tourist trains with bicycle wagons now predominate, and preserved heritage trains provide added attraction.

West Street Yard

Chris James
This small HO scale switching layout depicts the outskirts of a city somewhere west of Chicago. The period represented can be anywhere between about 1950 and the present day depending on the stock and vehicles displayed, but is usually exhibited as mid 1960’s. Control is now usually DCC. You will see a variety of stock from various western roads.

00 scale

Bradfield Gloucester Square

Robert Longman
Terminus to fiddle yard layout based on Bradford Foster Square, reflecting its architectural style and the atmosphere of a jaded West Riding mainline terminus in the 1950/60s.

Crimson Road

Peter Griffiths
Modern motive power depot (circa 2002) with through lines at rear for local DMU service. Includes steel arrival yard with shunting movements to attach and detach locos.

Harbourne

Shaun Greet
GWR layout featuring a truncated branch line with a station and small goods yard.

John’s Hornby Dublo Test Track

John Harrison
Your opportunity to test your Hornby Dublo loco and see how much current it is taking. A remagnetiser is available as well as hand uncouplers. Hornby Dublo is a relatively cheap way of getting a working 00 layout with lots of items still available.

Rainford Stoops

Trevor Powell
Rainford Stoops is the HQ of the fictional heritage West Lancashire Railway. The station layout at Rainford Stoops is loosely based on the main operational area at Tenterden on the Kent & East Sussex Railway, where the modeller was a guard during the nineties.

Thomas at Silverfox Island

Gareth Homersley
A DCC layout built for children to operate. A double track loop passing through scenery – come and try your driving skills using DCC operation.

Towcester

John Norton, George Woodstock
The year is 1977 and Towcester still has a railway presence although on a reduced scale. The remaining line carries passenger services between Northampton, Banbury and Oxford although the intermediate stations have long closed.

Wandlebury Road

Dan Deathe
Modern day diesel depot with a variety of diesel freight and passenger locomotives.

Whitehall

Roger White, Don Hall
Typical large example of the ‘perfect tabletop’ railway as advertised by Meccano Ltd in the 40s and 50s for the Hornby Dublo three rail system. Features locos and rolling stock with accessories.

Winters Lane

Richard Timms
A small fictitious motive power depot set ‘somewhere’ in the North of England. Squeezed into a small patch of ground between housing and industry, it is a compact and for the time, relatively modern facility with mechanical ash plant, large coaler and a medium sized shed.

Wiston Pond

Kevin Emsley
This small LBSCR terminus is near Wiston House. John Goring, who owned the house, built the line which branched off the Shoreham-by–Sea to Horsham line in the shadow of the South Downs just north of Steyning.

EM scale

Milton Quays

MKMRS
Quayside, set on the Southern Region of British Railways in the late 1950s. Location based on ex-LSWR between Southampton and Weymouth.

0n30 (0-16.5)

Glendon Halt

MKMRS
Compact narrow gauge layout illustrating use of 0 gauge in a limted space. Layout and stock are scratch built. With thanks to John Mileson who kindly donated the layout to MKMRS.

0 scale

Eastbridge

Les Pace
Imaginary small London Midland Railway terminus which would have been found somewhere in the West Midlands during the late 1940s (just prior to nationalisation). Locos are brass kits and stock is mainly Parkside Dundas and Slaters with some brass kit goods wagons.

Ledsam Street Yard

Colin French
Purely fictional ‘micro’ shunting layout based in an industrial setting somewhere in the UK. Represents a small area of a much larger industrial complex, inspired by Slough Estates Railway or Trafford Park in the 1930s.

Medborough

Roger Tozer
Depicts the Great Central Railway during the transition from steam to diesel. Based upon Brackley station, the layout features award winning scenic dioramas.

Steiner Tor

Andrew Jones
Imaginary location on the Austrian/German border where the little narrow gauge train terminates, near to the DB railway station. The main traffic is timber and a logging line comes into Steiner Tor where the logs are sent up the valley to the saw-mill, while the logging loco picks up empty log wagons.

Welland Cross

Luke Winters
14-year-old Luke presents this work-in-progress shunting puzzle loosely based on a Great Western location.

Willowbrook Marsh

Nigel Adams
Small goods depot and maltings complex, situated on the borders of the Midland and Eastern regions of British Railways just to the north of Peterborough during the mid 1950-60’s. The location is typical of fenland scenery with plenty of space and traditional buildings for the area. Traffic consists of unfitted and fitted goods workings plus special consists for the local maltings.

G scale

Hampton End

Dale Gillard
A small branch line link serving a small village (HAMPTON END). Most of the freight that used the line was fish from the quayside. Following closure, a group of local rail enthusiasts have reinstalled the tracks & buildings and purchased a few foreign engines & stock…

Other scales & demonstrations

Brickville Town Harbour

Martin Shenton
Lego layout featuring harbour, beach and train ferry!

Ride-on railway

A chance to ride on a real railway, courtesy of our friends and near neighbours at Milton Keynes Model Engineering Society. Sit tight as your train glides along the gallery corridor!

FULL LIST OF ALL LAYOUTS TO DATE & DEMOS

Z scale

Aldborough East

Graham Jones
Awaiting description – another of Graham’s excellent layouts!

N scale

Blue River Bridges

Bill Ball, Peter Ball
Layout built as simply as possible to show what can be done at a low cost. Running Canadian and American rolling stock.

Castleside Junction

Colin Joyce
A home and exhibition layout which shows how much can be done in N gauge, when two experts get together, to produce an interesting large layout in a reasonable space.

Dentdale

Wayne Webb
Award-winning (Warley 2015 Best N Gauge layout!) Settle and Carlisle-based layout which runs from the Coal Road Bridge to Blea Moor Tunnel and includes features such as Dent station and sidings, Arten Gill viaduct and St Leonard’s Church.

Garsdale Head

Michael Le Marie
Represents the Settle and Carlisle railway in the post-privatisation era. Based on Garsdale station, the mainline has been completely relaid using concrete sleepered track and Yoredale Railway Preservation Society has relaid the line to Hawes.

Haversham Central

John Dowrick
1960s steam and diesel layout with plenty going on! Fictional location giving a really inspiring example of what can be achieved in a very small space.

Webber Heights

Gareth Homersley
Freelance layout constructed in 2mm/ft scale and built with KATO, UNITRACK and KATO UNITRAM. The layout is continuous and features four running lines plus two running tram tracks and a four platform station. An airport diorama has also been constructed on a separate board.

009 scale

Avyn-a-Llyin

Andrew Bailey, Alison Bailey
The layout has Welsh origins hence the name, although you will realise the name isn’t Welsh if you say it the English way! Avyn-a-llyin has won numerous trophies and since 2012 has been undergoing a gradual refurbishment to keep it looking fresh.

Dinas Junction

Jon Potter
1930s representation of Dinas Junction, the original terminus of the North Wales Narrow Gauge Railways and later of the Welsh Highland Railway.

3mm scale

Wantage Tramway

Andrew Shillito
A small, decrepit light railway running between Wantage Road Station (GWR) and Wantage Town. Coaches and two tram locos are from etched materials while the other locos are scratch built.

H0 scale

Auerbach Yard

Graham Sturman
Auerbach Yard is a fictional urban switching yard on the Gulf, Mobile & Ohio RR, “somewhere in Illinois”, set in the early 1970’s prior to GM&O’s merger with Illinois Central RR in 1972.

Colorado Bluff

Dave Stringfellow, Joe Pearson http://frankc76.wix.com/chmrc
The line you see today was closed by the mainline railroad company several years ago. More recently, the line was taken over and reopened by the town and a private company with a view to save the local freight and commuter services and a heritage transport museum was set up in a local railroad workshop. Nowadays, there is more and more freight and passenger traffic appearing on the line from many of the major railroad companies, as well as stock movements to and from the museum…

Salz OBB

Michael Watts www.austrianrailwaygroup.co.uk
Salz ÖBB is at 800m, 10km south from Salzburg. The line was built for timber & stone freight between Weißbach and Mitterau. Tourist trains with bicycle wagons now predominate, and preserved heritage trains provide added attraction.

West Street Yard

Chris James
This small HO scale switching layout depicts the outskirts of a city somewhere west of Chicago. The period represented can be anywhere between about 1950 and the present day depending on the stock and vehicles displayed, but is usually exhibited as mid 1960’s. Control is now usually DCC. You will see a variety of stock from various western roads.

00 scale

Bradfield Gloucester Square

Robert Longman
Terminus to fiddle yard layout based on Bradford Foster Square, reflecting its architectural style and the atmosphere of a jaded West Riding mainline terminus in the 1950/60s.

Crimson Road

Peter Griffiths
Modern motive power depot (circa 2002) with through lines at rear for local DMU service. Includes steel arrival yard with shunting movements to attach and detach locos.

Harbourne

Shaun Greet
GWR layout featuring a truncated branch line with a station and small goods yard.

John’s Hornby Dublo Test Track

John Harrison
Your opportunity to test your Hornby Dublo loco and see how much current it is taking. A remagnetiser is available as well as hand uncouplers. Hornby Dublo is a relatively cheap way of getting a working 00 layout with lots of items still available.

Rainford Stoops

Trevor Powell
Rainford Stoops is the HQ of the fictional heritage West Lancashire Railway. The station layout at Rainford Stoops is loosely based on the main operational area at Tenterden on the Kent & East Sussex Railway, where the modeller was a guard during the nineties.

Thomas at Silverfox Island

Gareth Homersley
A DCC layout built for children to operate. A double track loop passing through scenery – come and try your driving skills using DCC operation.

Towcester

John Norton, George Woodstock
The year is 1977 and Towcester still has a railway presence although on a reduced scale. The remaining line carries passenger services between Northampton, Banbury and Oxford although the intermediate stations have long closed.

Wandlebury Road

Dan Deathe
Modern day diesel depot with a variety of diesel freight and passenger locomotives.

Whitehall

Roger White Don Hall
Typical large example of the ‘perfect tabletop’ railway as advertised by Meccano Ltd in the 40s and 50s for the Hornby Dublo three rail system. Features locos and rolling stock with accessories.

Winters Lane

Richard Timms
A small fictitious motive power depot set ‘somewhere’ in the North of England. Squeezed into a small patch of ground between housing and industry, it is a compact and for the time, relatively modern facility with mechanical ash plant, large coaler and a medium sized shed.

Wiston Pond

Kevin Emsley
This small LBSCR terminus is near Wiston House. John Goring, who owned the house, built the line which branched off the Shoreham-by–Sea to Horsham line in the shadow of the South Downs just north of Steyning.

EM scale

Milton Quays

MKMRS
Quayside, set on the Southern Region of British Railways in the late 1950s. Location based on ex-LSWR between Southampton and Weymouth.

0n30 (0-16.5) scale

Glendon Halt

MKMRS
Compact narrow gauge layout illustrating use of 0 gauge in a limted space. Layout and stock are scratch built. With thanks to John Mileson who kindly donated the layout to MKMRS.

0 scale

Eastbridge

Les Pace
Imaginary small London Midland Railway terminus which would have been found somewhere in the West Midlands during the late 1940s (just prior to nationalisation). Locos are brass kits and stock is mainly Parkside Dundas and Slaters with some brass kit goods wagons.

Ledsam Street Yard

Colin French
Purely fictional ‘micro’ shunting layout based in an industrial setting somewhere in the UK. Represents a small area of a much larger industrial complex, inspired by Slough Estates Railway or Trafford Park in the 1930s.

Medborough

Roger Tozer
Depicts the Great Central Railway during the transition from steam to diesel. Based upon Brackley station, the layout features award winning scenic dioramas.

Steiner Tor

Andrew Jones
Imaginary location on the Austrian/German border where the little narrow gauge train terminates, near to the DB railway station. The main traffic is timber and a logging line comes into Steiner Tor where the logs are sent up the valley to the saw-mill, while the logging loco picks up empty log wagons.

Welland Cross

Luke Winters
14-year-old Luke presents this work-in-progress shunting puzzle loosely based on a Great Western location.

Willowbrook Marsh

Nigel Adams
Small goods depot and maltings complex, situated on the borders of the Midland and Eastern regions of British Railways just to the north of Peterborough during the mid 1950-60’s. The location is typical of fenland scenery with plenty of space and traditional buildings for the area. Traffic consists of unfitted and fitted goods workings plus special consists for the local maltings.

G scale

Hampton End

Dale Gillard
A small branch line link serving a small village (HAMPTON END). Most of the freight that used the line was fish from the quayside. Following closure, a group of local rail enthusiasts have reinstalled the tracks & buildings and purchased a few foreign engines & stock…

Other scales & demonstrations

Brickville Town Harbour

Martin Shenton
Lego layout featuring harbour, beach and train ferry!

Ride-on railway

A chance to ride on a real railway, courtesy of our friends and near neighbours at Milton Keynes Model Engineering Society. Sit tight as your train glides along the gallery corridor!

Bachmann Europe Plc

www.bachmann.co.uk
Representatives from the model manufacturer will be available to speak to with examples of the company’s models.

Cheltenham Model Centre

www.cheltenhammodelcentre.com
Model railways old and new; from N to 0 gauge.

Country Park Models

www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/suppliers/41071-RichardsSpares
Model railway spares for all leading makes. New and second hand available, part exchange welcome. Model railway collections wanted any size including damaged and non working locos – spare parts always wanted.

Derby Trees and Scenics

www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/suppliers/41393-Derby_Trees_and_Scenics
Specialists in scenery items. Range includes JTT Trees Plants and Flowers, Busch, Mini Natur, Dapol Kits, Scatters etc, plus Thomas range.

DoubleO Scenics

We manufacture a budget-priced static grass applicator and supply a comprehensive range of static grasses, enabling the modeller to produce realistic looking grass scenes on their layout for less than £30.00.

East West Rail

www.eastwestrail.org.uk
East West Rail is reinstating the former Oxford – Cambridge railway to connect East Anglia with Central, Southern and Western England, via Bletchley. Come and talk to the team!

Ecclesbourne Valley Railway

www.e-v-r.com
Operating passenger services on the line between Wirksworth and Duffield using mainly heritage diesel railcars, and on selected days steam hauled services on the short branch between Wirksworth and Ravenstor.

Elaine’s Trains

www.elaines-trains.co.uk
Specialist in pre-owned model railway items, particularly Hornby, Lima and Tri-ang with a splash of continental H0 stock as available.

Glomart Displays

Display cases, transport prints and diecast models.

Hedgerow Scenics

www.hedgerowscenics.co.uk
Flexible grass mats, bespoke hedgerows, copse and wooded areas.

Grimy Times

www.grimytimes.co.uk
Supply of weathered locos & rolling stock and Sankey Scenics Railway Signage. Bespoke weathering and renumbering.

Ian’s Trains

A comprehensive selection of pre-owned desirable models in 0, 00 and N scales. From mint boxed items to useful bargain accessories.

JB’s Model World

www.jbsmodelworld.co.uk
Supplier of adaptable rolling stock storage solutions for N – 00/H0 Gauge

Keith’s Model Railways

Second hand and new modern image plus good selection of diecast cars, lorries, buses etc. bought and part-exchanged; all guaranteed.

London & North Western Railway Society

For £30 per year, members receive four journals, newsletters & portfolios and can access original drawings & information about the LNWR from archives. Very useful for railway modellers and those interested in railway history.

Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership

www.marstonvalecommunityrail.org.uk
The Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership is one of a growing number of Community Rail Partnerships across the country. Promoting the Marston Vale (Bedford-Bletchley) line.

Milton Keynes Model Engineering Society

www.mkmes.org.uk
Our near neighbours who operate the Caldecotte Miniature Railway at Caldecotte Lake.

Milton Keynes Model Railway Society

www.mkmrs.org.uk
Exhibition and club information stand. Find out more about what we do and how to join us.

Model World

New and secondhand model railway locos, rolling stock and other items.

P & D Marsh

www.pdmarshmodels.com
White metal kits, painted models and laser cut structures in N and 00 scales.

Plus Daughters

www.plusdaughters.co.uk
Specialists in N Gauge model railways and accessories – American, British, Continental and Japanese.

Railroom Electronics

www.railroomelectronics.co.uk
Electrical items, switches, wire, signal, lamps, LEDs, bulbs, plug & sockets, metal tubing, soldering, DCC items, connectors and much more!

Railway Artist – James Green

www.jamesgreenart.co.uk
Railway paintings, limited edition prints and greetings cards.

Railway Correspondence & Travel Society (RCTS)

www.rcts.org.uk/branches/milton_keynes
Society publications, second hand books, postcards and information about the Society and its local Milton Keynes branch.

Rural Railways

Detailing parts, kits and accessories in both 4mm and 2mm scales – now in our 25th year!

Royal Train/Wolverton Works and Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway

www.royaltrain.co.uk & www.chinnorrailway.co.uk
The official 68 page Wolverton Works 175th anniversary and Royal Train book, associated images for sale. Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway publicity plus steam and diesel locomotive DC sound chips for sale. ALL profits go to the railway!

Sunningwell Command Control Ltd.

www.scc4dcc.co.uk
The UK’s premier supplier of Digitrax, Soundtraxx, North Coast Engineering, Train Control Systems (TCS) and CML and other products.

Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society (Milton Keynes Group)

The Talyllyn Railway Preservation Society was formed in 1950. Local members meet at Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway. Come and talk to us today, find out more about what we do and try our children’s Lego play layout.

TPA Books

New and secondhand railway books plus a selection of railwayana including lamps and signs.

Tootally Thomas

www.tootallythomas.co.uk
One of the largest selections of Thomas toys in the UK. Stockists and importers of the Bachmann models, Take-n-Play die-cast and Trackmaster battery powered engines and sets.

Totem Signs

www.modelrailsigns.co.uk
Custom railway signs made to order.

Wrenn Specialist – Andy Dayton

www.wrennspecialist.co.uk
Wrenn and Hornby Dublo model railways including refurbishment services. An extensive range of decorative “Railway” wall plates.

How to get there

Address

Stantonbury Leisure Centre
Stantonbury Arts & Leisure
Stantonbury
Milton Keynes
MK14 6BN (click postcode for map).

Although additional and ample free parking will be available this year, we do encourage our visitors to travel by public transport as this helps to ease congestion around the exhibition venue.

By Train and/or Bus

MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL STATION

Travel by London Midland, Southern Railway or Virgin Trains.

Free vintage bus service

  • BUS TIMETABLES WILL BE UPDATED AHEAD OF THE EXHIBITION

A FREE VINTAGE BUS SERVICE WILL BE IN OPERATION FROM MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL STATION FOR RAIL AND BUS TICKET HOLDERS. BUSES WILL OPERATE AS FOLLOWS:

  • From MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL STATION at 15 and 45 mins past each hour in the morning from 9.15am until 12.15pm and then at 30 and 00 mins past the hour from 1.30pm until 3.00pm.

RETURN SERVICES WILL LEAVE FROM THE EXHIBITION AS FOLLOWS:

  • To MILTON KEYNES CENTRAL at 00 and 30 mins past each hour in the morning until 12.00pm and then at 15 and 45 mins past each hour from 1.15 pm until 4.15pm

See the London Midland website for details.

See the Southern Railway website for details.

See the Virgin Trains website for details.

Visit our friends at the Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership website:

Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership

 

 

By Car

General directions are given below. However, you may also wish to try using the free AA Routefinder service by entering the venue’s postcode of MK14 6BN. The AA website is available at: www.theaa.com.

CAR PARKING

The venue has a large free car park and staff will be on hand to direct you to vacant spaces. However, at times it may be necessary to make use of our overflow car parks which will be signposted and are approximately ten minutes’ walk from the exhibition.

Directions

DOWNLOAD THESE DIRECTIONS AT:

www.mkmrs.org.uk/resources/downloads/directions.pdf

From M1 North
Leave the motorway at junction 14 and take the 3rd exit. Follow the AA signs from there.
AA sign

From M1 South
Leave the motorway at junction 14 and take the 1st exit. Follow the AA signs from there.
AA sign

From A5 South
Take A5 to Monks Way roundabout (junction with A422). Take fifth exit onto A422 (Monks Way). At third roundabout (Saxon Street), take the first exit onto Saxon Street and then take the first right into Purbeck which is the access road to Stantonbury Leisure Centre.

From A5 North
Take A5 to Monks Way roundabout (junction with A422). Take second exit onto A422 (Monks Way). At third roundabout (Saxon Street), take the first exit onto Saxon Street and then take the first right into Purbeck which is the access road to Stantonbury Leisure Centre.

From A421 (West and East)
Head for the roundabout junction with Watling Street. Take the 3rd exit (from the west) or 1st exit (from the east) onto Watling Street. Continue under the railway bridge to the first roundabout. Take the first exit onto Grafton Street. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto the A5 and then head north and follow the instructions for travelling from A5 South above.

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