Harrow House Residential Educational Facility
Sat. Nav. Co-ordinates:
Coming in from Poole/Wareham/Corfe Castle (A351)
When entering Swanage, drive past the Middle School on your left and follow the road round over the railway bridge into Victoria Avenue. Drive past the petrol station on your left and keep going past the golf course and playing fields on your right. You will then see King George’s Car Park on your right. Turn left into Northbrook Road. Go straight on past Rabling Road and Rabling Lane and then turn left into Walrond Road. Drive up the road, at the end of which is Harrow Drive and Harrow House Residential Educational Facility.
Coming in from Bournemouth/Toll Ferry/Studland
When entering Swanage, drive along Ulwell Road and follow the one-way system round, going past Ulwell Church and towards the sea front. Drive along the sea front (Shore Road) and take the first turning on the right (Walrond Road). Drive all the way along Walrond Road (crossing De Moulham Road and Northbrook Road). At the end of Walrond Road is Harrow Drive and Harrow House Residential Educational Facility.
Public Transport Directions
FROM THE WEST: the nearest mainline train station is Wareham (on the London Waterloo to Weymouth line). Catch the number 40 or X43 Wilts and Dorset bus from Wareham Station to Swanage Bus/Train Station. Please note: The X43 bus runs from 21 July to 2 September 2012 only. It is then a half mile walk or alternatively catch a taxi from outside the Station.
FROM THE EAST: Catch the train to Bournemouth then switch to the Wilts and Dorset bus number 50 to Swanage Bus/Train Station. It is then a half mile walk or alternatively catch a taxi from outside the Station. Please note: you can buy a combined train and bus ticket from any staffed South West Train station for this journey.
BY COACH: National Express runs one coach a day from Victoria Coach Station, please go to www.nationalexpress.com for more information.
JOURNEY PLANNING: To plan your journey, contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit their website: www.travelinesw.com to look up bus timetables.
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