Ginn & Co Solicitors
Tel: +44 (0)1223 358275
Fax: +44 (0)1223 324271
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (general enquiries).
DX: 131968 CAMBRIDGE 6
Getting to Ginn & Co
We are located at the heart of Cambridge city centre on Sussex Street next to Sidney Sussex College. The entrance to Sidney House is directly opposite Costa Coffee.
Our offices are wheelchair accessible - should you reqiure assistance please press the bell in the foyer.
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Consider using one of the city's five park-and-ride schemes. Parking is free and a return bus ticket costs £2.50.
Car parking is limited and expensive in the city centre of Cambridge, You can find a list of car parks on the Cambridge Council website. Do allow extra time for parking since the city is usually busy. You should also be aware that Cambridge centre is largely pedestrianised. To enforce this there are rising barricades, which are not always shown on Sat Navs. Park Street car park is the closest and is accessible only via Victoria Avenue, Maids Causeway and then Jesus Lane.
Parking for Blue Badge holders is free for the first 3 hours in most of the city's multi-story car parks. There are also 6 on-street disabled parking spaces on nearby Hobson Street.
Ginn & Co is a twenty-minute walk from Cambridge railway station. Exiting the Station follow Station Road, Regent Street, St Andrews Street and then Sidney Street. There are regular buses to the city centre - numbers 3, 4, 5 and 5a to Arbury will all take you to Drummer Street bus station. There is also a taxi rank outside the station and the jorney to Ginn & Co will take approximately 10 minutes.
National Rail Enquiries - +44 (0)8457 48 49 50
Ginn & Co is a five-minute walk from Drummer Street bus station. Take Emmanuel Street - not Emmanuel Road - then turn right into St Andrews Street, and keep straight on for Sidney Street before turning right onto Sussex Street. Our entrance is directly opposite the Costa Coffee shop.
Cambridge buses timetable
Cambridge is a cycle friendly environment and there are several cycle parks near Ginn & Co.
Staying in Cambridge
Cambridge is a beautiful and historic university city with many attractions and good shopping. We recommend the following options:
a) Outside term-time only consider staying at the impressive Sidney Sussex and other colleges themselves. Visit: http://www.travelbookingnetwork.com
b) Anytime consider staying at the historic Madingley Hall, where bed-and-breakfast starts at £55.00 a night.
Last updated: 18th December 2012.