Travel to Bournemouth

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Getting to Bournemouth


By Rail 
London Waterloo is 97 minutes away from Bournemouth. Fast daily train services also offer regular direct connections from around the UK and Bournemouth Station is approximately 1.5 miles from the Bournemouth International Centre - 15 minute bus ride or 10 minute taxi journey.


By Coach
National Express, the UK’s largest coach network, is offering all delegates attending the Autumn conference in Bournemouth a 50% discount on travel. The discount is available for coach travel to Bournemouth, between 15th and 21st September 2017.

To book your tickets simply visit www.nationalexpress.com/libdem
Promotional code: LIBDEM17B

By Road
From London:
Take the M25, then the M3, M27 and A31 to Ringwood. From Ringwood, follow the A338 (Wessex Way), to the Bournemouth West Roundabout.

From The Bournemouth West Roundabout:
Take the first exit and follow the brown signs to the BIC. The BIC multi-storey car park is off the roundabout at the bottom of Priory Road.

From the North and West:
Head for the A31 / A338 junction (Ashley Heath) just outside Ringwood, taking the A338 (Wessex Way) to Bournemouth. Then follow the directions from the Bournemouth West Roundabout.

By Air
Bournemouth Airport is approximately 10 minutes from the town centre via the A338 (Wessex Way). Various airlines operate from Bournemouth Airport, check their Airlines and Tour Operators page for more details.

Car Parking
The car park at Bournemouth International Centre (650 spaces) is Pay and Display and is open to Autumn Conference attendees and the general public. For more information visit the BIC Car Parking page. There are also many other car parks within walking distance including the Bournemouth Pavilion car park (185 spaces). Visit the Bournemouth Pavilion Parking for details. 




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