Getting Here

Gadebridge Park

By Car
Hemel Hempstead is located to the North-West of London and is situated a 5 minutes drive from both the M25 and the M1.

M1 Both North & Southbound
Exit Junction 8, A414 (Hemel Hempstead) and follow signs for the Town Centre.

M25 Clockwise
Exit Junction 20 and take the A41 (Aylesbury). Exit at Hemel Hempstead and follow signs for the Town Centre.

For Berkhamsted continue on the A41 (Aylesbury).  Exit at Berkhamsted and follow signs for the Town Centre.

For Tring continue on the the A41 (Aylesbury).  Exit at Tring and follow signs for the High Street

M25 Anti Clockwise
Exit Junction 21 and take M1 Northbound. Exit Junction 8, A414 (Hemel Hempstead) and follow instructions as M1 above. For Berkhamsted and Tring exit Hemel Hempstead and follow signs to town centre – towards the Plough roundabout (magic roundabout) take the second exit follow signs to the A41 (Aylesbury) instructions as above.

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By Train
Hemel Hempstead/Berkhamsted/Tring/Apsely and Kings Langley is on the London Euston / Milton Keynes line (London midland Trains)

Hemel Hempstead train station is located approximately one mile from the town centre.

Berkhamsted train station is located approximately 1 mile from Berkhamsted Town …………….

Tring train station is located approximately 1.5 miles outside of Tring Town

Apsley train station is in walking distance to Apsley Lock

Kings Langley train station is located approximately 2 miles to Kings Langley High Street

Buses and Taxis are readily available.

National Rail Enquiries
Tel: 08457 484 950 (24 hours)
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

By Bus
Regular bus services run to and from Hemel Hempstead town centre, Berkhamsted, Tring, Apsley and Kings Langley. For information on bus services, telephone Herts Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
(7am - 8pm 7 days)