Please note there are road closures affecting access to St Johns from 11 February until 29 March. The section in red is the closed road
From the south, west and north, take the M1 to Junction 25, then follow signs for A52 Nottingham. At the second roundabout, keep in the left lane. Drive round the roundabout keeping in the middle lane marked B'cote leaving by the fourth exit up Town Street. Please note that this roundabout is traffic light controlled. Follow the road through narrow right and left hand bends. You will find the entrance to St John's is 50 metres after the left hand bend. The first entrance is for the visitors' car park and reception, the main car park is the second entrance a further 50 metres down the road.
From the east, use the Ring Road/A52 and follow signs for Derby. Once the road becomes a six-lane carriageway, the Bramcote roundabout is the next one. Turn hard left at this roundabout, then up the hill, through the right and left bends and down to the College entrance as above. When using SatNav please use postcode NG9 3DS.
If possible, travel to Beeston. From here you can get a taxi or catch a bus direct to St John's (Trent Barton Number 18 passes St John's)
Otherwise, travel to Nottingham Midland. The new tram line comes from the station to a stop only a short walk to St John's (please see below). Alternatively a taxi from the station more expensive, or Broadmarsh Bus Station is only a five-minute walk and well sign posted. (Trent Barton Number 18 passes St John's).
The newly opened tram route from the centre of Nottingham brings you to the stop at Bramcote Lane, a 10-15 minute walk to St John's. Details of the route, times and travel information are available on the tram website .
All National Express coaches come into the Broadmarsh Bus Station; buses into Bramcote also leave from here.
Nottingham East Midlands Airport is approximately 15 miles from the college, and involves a 25-minute taxi ride. Many airlines serve the airport.