The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Nottingham Rugby 

The Bay 
1 Holme Road 
West Bridgford 
Nottingham 
NG2 5AA

 

From the South:

Exit the M1 at junction 24. Follow signs to Nottingham (South) along A453 for approximately 6 miles. Keep going until you reach the first set of lights (ignoring pedestrian lights). 

Go straight through these lights. Approximately 200m later you will see a flyover signed to Derby. Take the slip road to the left signposted to Grantham. Turn left at roundabout onto B679 (signed to Wilford and West Bridgford), straight across mini roundabout and straight through next set of lights. 

At the A60 T-junction, turn left towards Nottingham city centre and move into the right hand lane. After approx 400m, at the second set of lights, keep right and turn right by the Trent Bridge Inn onto Radcliffe Road (Grantham A6250). 

At the next set of lights ignore the first turning left onto Lady Bay bridge. Take the second left into Holme Road, and the ground is immediately on your left.

From the North:

Exit the M1 at junction 26 and take the A610 signposted to the City Centre. 

After approximately 3 miles, cross the A6514 ring road and a further mile on you will see a sign for Mansfield, The City and Derby - take the left fork (Mansfield). At the end of this road there are 2 roundabouts - go over the first and then turn right at the second signed Loughborough (A60), Melton, Grantham (A52). 

As you drop down the hill, the road forks to the left signed as above. Stay in the left hand lane, pass the Ice Stadium and turn left at the roundabout just beyond. This will take you over Trent Bridge, where you turn left onto Radcliffe Road (Grantham A6520). 

At the next set of lights ignore the first turning left onto Lady Bay bridge. Take the second left into Holme Road, and the ground is immediately on your left.

From Nottingham:

Nottingham City Transport offers an excellent service passing The Bay every ten minutes during the day.

 

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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