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Travelling to theEword

Our offices are located in a prime Trafford Park location, close to Media City. We’re only 10 minutes away from Manchester city centre, with excellent road and public transport links. 
 
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Train/Metrolink

Direct trams run from Piccadilly, Victoria and Deansgate railway stations, and stop within walking distance of theEword. The Metrolink station closest to us is Media City, served by the Eccles line. After alighting at Media City, walk around the tram stop and across the plaza towards The Studios.

Cut through between the two BBC buildings on your left and cross the bridge. Follow the path past the ITV building onto Trafford Wharf Road. Turn right, take the first left into Warren Bruce Road, and continue until the roundabout. Turn right and walk around the roundabout, until reaching Village Way. Cross the road and then take your first left down Second Avenue (by HSBC). Follow Second Avenue until just past Eighth Street when you will see a grey sign for Schoolhouse; theEword is the grey one-storey building to your right.

Bus

The 250 service travels from Piccadilly Gardens to the Trafford Centre, via Oxford Road, Hulme and Trafford Bar. This service stops on Village Way, near the Trafford Park Hotel, just a few minutes’ walk from theEword. As you step off the bus go left towards HSBC on the corner, and turn right onto Second Avenue. Follow Second Avenue until just after Eighth Street where you will see the Schoolhouse sign. theEword is located in the grey one-storey building on your right.

Alternatively the X50 express service also travels from Piccadilly Gardens to the Trafford Centre. Alight at the stop on Warren Bruce Road, cross the road, and at the end of the road turn right to walk around the roundabout. Cross Village Way and take the first left down Second Avenue, continuing until the Schoolhouse sign as above.

Car

theEword office is a short drive away from Manchester city centre. Starting at the Beetham Tower end of Deansgate, travel away from the centre down Chester Road. Cross the roundabout and continue straight ahead through the traffic lights onto Bridgewater Way. Go around White City roundabout (passing Harry Ramsden’s on the left), onto Trafford Road and turn left onto Trafford Wharf Road. Turn left at the traffic lights onto Warren Bruce Road. Take the right turn at the roundabout and take the first left down Second Avenue, immediately after HSBC. Then, take the second right down Eighth Street. Take the first left and immediately turn left again into our free car park. We are located in the grey one-storey building.

theEword is easily accessible from the Manchester Outer Ring Road (M60). Leave at Junction 9 and join Parkway (A5081) towards Trafford Park. At the first island, take the third exit (all the way round). Take the first left down Second Avenue. Then, take the second right down Eighth Street, the first left and then immediately left again into our free car park. theEword is located in the grey one-storey building.

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