The Rugby Groud Guide

Travel

Train: Rotherham is about 21/2 hours from London Kings Cross, with a change at Doncaster

 

Road: From the M1

M1 exit 33, signposted Rotherham. At the roundabout turn right onto A631  marked Bawtry. Go straight ahead at Whiston traffic lights onto the dual carriageway.

At the next roundabout, turn left onto B6410 (Broom Lane), then left onto A6021.

After 1/2 mile there is a roundabout - turn left into Badsley Moor Lane.

The clubhouse is the second entrance on the right.

 

From the A1 (M) -join the M18

From the M18 exit 1 onto A631 towards Rotherham. After 1 mile or so, go   straight ahead at Wickersley Island. After 1 more mile turn right at the Brecks roundabout onto A6021.

Go straight on at the Stag roundabout and after 2 miles or so there is a roundabout.

Turn right onto Badsley Moor Lane.

The clubhouse is the second entrance on the right.

Parking: There is substantial   on-street parking around the ground.

There is no on-site match day parking

 

 

Last Updated July 2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

 

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