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How to Find Us

Postal Address

The Wolseley Centre, Wolseley Bridge, Stafford. ST17 0WT

Coordinates

  • Ordnance Survey Grid Reference: SK024203
  • Latitude/Longitude: 52:46:49N : 1:57:53W

Location Map

Important Notes

  • Although the above map shows the access road to the Wolseley Centre looping from the A51 near the junction with the A513 and back to the A51 to the east, there is no access via the eastern junction, please use the access off the roundabout to the west.

Directions

From Stafford

  • From the centre of Stafford take A34 for Cannock
  • At the double roundabout at Weeping Cross bear left on to the A513
  • Follow A513 through Milford and across Cannock Chase until the double roundabout at Wolseley Bridge
  • At the first roundabout follow straight on, on to A51, and immediately at the second roundabout turn left
  • On the access road to Wyevale Garden Centre, turn immediate right on to the access road to the Wolseley Centre

From Stoke, Newcastle and Stone

  • From Stoke/Newcastle take A34 to Stone
  • Just south of Stone turn left at the roundabout on to A51
  • Follow A51 through Sandon and Weston all the way to Wolseley Bridge
  • At the double roundabout at Wolseley Bridge, take the left hand lane which bypasses the first roundabout and turn left at the second roundabout
  • On the access road to Wyevale Garden Centre, turn immediate right on to the access road to the Wolseley Centre

From Lichfield and Rugeley

  • From Lichfield take A51 northwards through Longdon
  • Follow A51 around the Rugeley bypass (access from several roads out of Rugeley)
  • North of Rugeley, soon after the 40mph speed limit, turn right at the first roundabout of the double roundabout at Wolseley Bridge
  • On the access road to Wyevale Garden Centre, turn immediate right on to the access road to the Wolseley Centre

Created by SER © 2017 The Wolseley Centre, Wolseley Bridge, Stafford. ST17 0WT Last updated 22/04/2015 
Operated by: Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, Staffordshire County Council and Stoke-on-Trent City Council