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Travelling to


The town centre is less than three miles from both J13 and J14 of the M6 and Stafford Railway Station on the West Coast Mainline is situated on the outskirts of the town centre.

Facilities are available for cyclists coming into town; there are 33.5km of cycle route within the built-up area of Stafford and approximately 350 spaces to securely lock up your bicycle within easy walking distance of our wonderful array of shops.

By Road:

From M6 North – exit at J14 and take the 1st exit onto the A34, head straight over the first island and take the 3rd exit at the second to continue on the A34 towards Stafford. After following the A34 for approximately 1.5 miles you will reach Stafford Town Centre.

From M6 South – exit at J13 and take the 3rd exit onto the A449 towards Stafford, take the 2nd exit at the island (to stay on the A449) and continue on this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach Stafford Town Centre.

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By Bus:

Use the following links to find out about travelling by bus or coach to Stafford:

National Express  /  Traveline  /  Staffordshire County Council

By Rail:

Stafford Railway Station is situated on the West Coast Mainline with direct trains to and from many key regional and national towns and cities; Stafford is in easy reach of London Euston (1hr20), Birmingham New Street (30mins), Wolverhampton (11mins), Stoke-on-Trent (18mins), Liverpool Lime Street (52mins), and Manchester Piccadilly (58mins).

Use the following links to find out about travelling by rail to and from Stafford:

National Rail – Journey Planner  /  Live Departure Board – Stafford

By Air:

If you’re coming from slightly further afield, Stafford is within an hour and a half (by road) of four international airports – Birmingham International (48mins), East Midlands (59mins), Manchester (1hr02), and Liverpool (1hr21).


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