How to Find Warren Board

From Newark/A46

Take the A46 towards Leicester and turn right at the roundabout by the Hobby Horse P.H. to join the A46, Western By-Pass for the M1.

Leave the A46 at the junction with the B5380 signed Non Motorway Traffic, Kirby Muxloe and Braunstone Firth, at the roundabout at the end of the slip road, take the first exit and follow signs for Mill Lane Industrial Estate.

Take the first exit at the next roundabout onto Kirby Road following signs for Mill Lane Industrial Estate.

Continue for a third of a mile and then turn left into The Mill lane.

Come through the main gates, you will see our building to your left. Visitors parking can be found  next to the front door. Deliveries and collections should be made via the Traffic Office to the rear of the building.

From M1, (Northbound)

Exit the motorway at junction 21a, (signed to Newark, A46) and follow signs for Kirby Muxloe and Braunstone Frith.

At the roundabout at the end of the slip road, take the second exit.

Take the first exit off the next roundabout continuing on Kirby Road following signs for Mill Lane Industrial Estate.

Continue for a third of a mile and then turn left into The Mill Lane.

Come through the main gates, you will see our building to your left. Visitors parking can be found  next to the front door. Deliveries and collections should be made via the Traffic Office to the rear of the building.

From M1, (Southbound)

Exit the motorway at junction 22, (signed to Leicester, Coalville, Burton, A50) and join the A50 dual carriageway, (Markfield Road/Groby By-Pass) for Groby and Glenfield.

Continue ahead over two roundabouts then at the next roundabout, take the fourth exit onto the A46, (Leicester Western By-Pass).

Take the next slip road exit and at the roundabout at the end of the slip road, take the first exit and follow signs for Mill Lane Industrial Estate.

Take the first exit at the next roundabout onto Kirby Road following signs for Mill Lane Industrial Estate.

Continue for a third of a mile and then turn left into The Mill lane.

Come through the main gates, you will see our building to your left. Visitors parking can be found  next to the front door. Deliveries and collections should be made via the Traffic Office to the rear of the building.    

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