Essential Information – Getting to the venue

The 2019 London Mini-Roadshow

Goldsmiths College, London SE14 6NW

FOR ALL RINGERS - SUNDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER 9.30AM TO 4.30PM

GETTING TO THE VENUE

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BY TRAIN

Mainline train to New Cross or New Cross Gate stations

From Central London

Trains run from Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Cannon Street and London Bridge to either New Cross or New Cross Gate.

If a direct train isn’t listed, catch the first available train and change at London Bridge for either New Cross or New Cross Gate.

From South East London and Kent

Direct services run to New Cross from Orpington, Sidcup, Hayes, Dartford and Sevenoaks. Change at Lewisham from other lines.

From South London, Surrey and Sussex

Direct services from Caterham, Crystal Palace, Epsom and Tattenham Corner. Change at East or West Croydon or Norwood Junction from other lines.

Overground to New Cross or New Cross Gate Stations

New Cross and New Cross Gate are both on the London Overground network. The Overground network has interchanges to the Underground at Canada Water, Whitechapel, Highbury and Islington, and Clapham High Street.

BY BUS

Bus routes 21, 36, 53, 136, 171, 172, 177, 225, 321, 343, 436, 453.

Buses run every 15 minutes throughout the day from Paddington, Charing Cross, Victoria, Waterloo or London Bridge stations to New Cross Gate, New Cross and Lewisham

Journey time is about 45 minutes from Central London.

WALKING FROM NEW CROSS OR NEW CROSS GATE STATIONS

New Cross Station to Goldsmiths College

Turn right out of the station and right at the top of the station access road into New Cross Road.

Cross New Cross Road at the pedestrian traffic lights into Amersham Road, keeping to the right hand pavement

Follow the road round to the right into Parkfield Road.

Cross at the pedestrian lights and the main entrance to Goldsmiths College is ahead of you.

New Cross Gate Station to Goldsmiths College

Turn left out of the station and cross the road at the pedestrian lights.

Once you have crossed the road, turn left and walk along New Cross Road, past Laurie Grove on to Lewisham Way

Walk past the glass-fronted Rutherford Building, and cross over Dixon Road (on the right)

The main entrance to Goldsmiths College is on your right.

BY DOCKLANDS LIGHT RAILWAY

Travel to Deptford Bridge Station – 10 minutes’ walk from Goldsmiths – or Lewisham Station – about 10 minutes by bus.

For people with mobility difficulties, there is a lift at Deptford Bridge DLR and step-free access from Lewisham DLR.

BY CAR

Please note that Goldsmiths College has excellent connections to public transport services, but does not offer visitor parking on site.  Instead, ample parking at no charge is available on nearby streets. 

For those who are registered disabled or have impaired mobility, a small number of reserved parking spaces are available at Goldsmiths College for Blue Badge Holders.  If you are a Blue Badge Holder and need access to a disabled bay, please indicate this on the booking form when making your booking.

From Central London

Take the A2 towards Dover via the Old Kent Road

At the end of Old Kent Road (on the New Cross Gate one-way system) turn into New Cross Road

Keep in the right hand lane and shortly after Sainsbury’s take the A20 fork to Lewisham

Turn right at the traffic lights into Lewisham Way – Goldsmiths is on the left.

From Kent, Surrey, Sussex, the Blackwall Tunnel or Dartford River Crossing (southbound)

Follow the A2 or A20 towards London (using M25 or South Circular road to join the nearest of these)

On the A20, after passing through Lewisham, Goldsmiths College is visible on the left after about one mile

On the A2, follow the left turn after New Cross Station into Amersham Road, turn right at the traffic lights into Lewisham Way – Goldsmiths is on the left downhill.

USEFUL LINKS

For bus, tube or Docklands Light Railway information

http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk

For rail network trains to New Cross or New Cross Gate

www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.