Legends Hockey Camps @ Princethorpe

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Facilities, location  & directions

 

Facilities and location

Princethorpe College and Sixth Form are located in a magnificent former Benedictine monastery set in two hundred acres of leafy Warwickshire parkland at Princethorpe, which is about seven miles from Leamington Spa, Rugby and Coventry.

In late 2007 the new ٠.4 million dedicated Sixth Form Centre opened, affording Princethorpe Sixth Formers an even greater degree of independence and space in which to learn and grow.  Built around a stunning atrium, the new building provides meeting and classrooms, a lecture room, common room and a Sixth Form dining room and is linked to the main school building on two levels by a walkway.

In addition Sixth Formers benefit from the excellent facilities at Princethorpe including:

 

  • a superb library for study with the support of a professional librarian to help them with research.  
  • ICT facilities in most teaching rooms and in two dedicated suites, the library and in individual departments.
  • and the new Sports Centre, with its Fitness Suite, floodlit all-weather pitch and extensive playing fields.

 

 

Directions to Princethorpe College - CV23 9PX

Using Satellite Navigation

Experience has shown that keying CV23 9PX into a SatNav device may well deliver you to the blocked off driveway on the A423 Coventry-Banbury Road where there is actually no access to the College. We suggest that using CV23 9PU will take you to the B4453 Leamington Road, off which is the College’s driveway.

From the South via the M1 Motorway

Leave M1 at junction 17 for the M45. Leave M45 at junction 1 for the A45 and Coventry. Follow the A45 for less than 2 miles Leave dual carriageway on B4453 signposted Princethorpe. After about 3 miles on meeting the A423 Coventry-Banbury road turn right. At the bottom of the hill turn left onto B4453 signposted Leamington and Princethorpe College. The College entrance is about half a mile on right.

From the North via the M1 Motorway

Leave M1 at junction 18 for Rugby. Follow A428 to Rugby and then B4429. Join A426 and follow signs for Dunchurch. In Dunchurch at the traffic lights (The Dun Cow PH on your right) turn right. Follow the A45 for less than 2 miles. Leave dual carriageway on B4453 signposted Princethorpe. After about 3 miles on meeting the A423 Coventry-Banbury road turn right. At the bottom of the hill turn left onto B4453 signposted Leamington and Princethorpe College. The College is about half a mile on right.

From the East via the A14 and M6

At the end of the A14 follow signs for M6. Leave M6 at junction 1 for A426 Rugby. Follow A426 until signs appear for A4071. Follow A4071. About half a mile after going under railway bridge bear left onto B4453. After about 3 miles on meeting the A423 Coventry-Banbury road turn right. At the bottom of the hill turn left onto B4453 signposted Leamington and Princethorpe College. The College entrance is about half a mile on right.

From the South via M40 Motorway

Leave M40 at junction 12 for Gaydon and Heritage Motor Centre. Follow signs for Heritage Motor Centre, onto B4100. Go straight on at next two roundabouts by Land Rover and Aston Martin, keeping to B4100. After about 2 miles take 3rd exit from roundabout onto Fosse Way, B4455 signposted Leicester. After 9 miles turn left onto A423 Coventry-Banbury road. At the bottom of the hill turn left onto B4453 signposted Leamington and Princethorpe College. College entrance is about half a mile on right.

From Birmingham (and Airport), Solihull and Coventry via A45

Follow signs for Coventry A45, London M45 and M1 (at this stage ignore Banbury signs). Shortly after going round very large roundabout at end of Coventry Eastern bypass leave A45 and follow sign for Southam A423. Follow A423. At second roundabout (garage on far corner to right) follow A423 for Southam and Banbury. College playing fields and sign appear about 2 miles on right (No access from A423). At bottom of winding hill turn right onto B4453 signposted Leamington & Princethorpe College. College entrance is about half a mile on right.

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