THE GENERAL SKILLS, TEACHER TRAINING & TRIBAL:PURA WORKSHOPS will all be held at The Freight House in Rochford
Location: The Freight House Great Eastern Room, Bradley Way, Rochford, Essex, SS4 1BU
Rochford is small medieval market town outside of London. The Freight House is directly next to Rochford Train Station. We recommend that you check your travel route before booking your travel and accommodation. We advise choosing accommodation that is near a station which is on the same line as Rochford, to avoid too many changes. It is an 8 minute train journey from South-end-on-Sea which has plenty of accommodation options. Trains run to Southend Victoria and London Liverpool Street Station. Check the trainline.com website to plan your route to and from the Freight House.
Rochford is easily accessible from London Liverpool Street Station (about a 40min journey) From any mainline station; you can take the Underground to Liverpool Street (which is on the Central, Hammersmith and City, District, Circle and Metropolitan Lines) and then catch an Overland train to Rochford.
See: www.thetrainline.com for more information and tickets and www.tfl.gov.uk for more information on London transport, including tube maps and updated travel information on possible delays. Please note: it's advisable to book train travel from London early to attain the cheapest fares.
For more information on how to reach Rochford by coach, please refer to www.nationalexpress.com - while it won’t take you directly to Rochford, it will take you to Southend-on-Sea which is 8 minutes away by train.
London Southend Airport is the closest airport to Rochford, however Rochford is also easily accessible from Stansted and most other London airports. Please check your travel route and travel times before booking flights as travel from the other London airports are more time consuming.
From Stansted Airport: Take the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street, then catch an Overland train to Rochford. www.stanstedexpress.com
From Gatwick Airport: Take the Gatwick Express to Victoria Station, from there you can either take Underground travelling via the Circle Line (Eastbound) OR the Victoria Line (Northbound) to Oxford Circus, switch to the Central Line (Eastbound) to Liverpool Street, then travel via Overland train to Rochford. www.gatwickexpress.com
From Heathrow Airport: You have a few options:
The Underground option - You can take the Piccadilly Line (Eastbound) to Holborn, switch to the Central Line (Eastbound) to Liverpool Street then travel via Overland train from there. This is the longer but cheaper option.
The Train and Underground option - You can either take the Heathrow Express to Paddington, hop on the Hammersmith and City Line or Circle Line(Eastbound) to Liverpool Street OR the Bakerloo Line (Southbound) to Oxford Circus, switch to the Central Line (Eastbound) to Liverpool Street, and travel via Overland train from there. This is the quicker but more expensive option. www.heathrowexpress.com
Please see: www.tfl.gov.uk for more information on London transport, including tube maps and possible delays/planned engineering works on the weekend. Be sure to check this before travel to avoid any delays especially at the weekends.