Getting to our Winsford campus

Situated within walking distance of the town centre, our Winsford campus is easily accessed by car and public transport. The modern and airy campus has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere similar to that of a sixth form college, complete with everything you need to make the most of your college experience.

Campus facilities

AMET Centre
Our new Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Training (AMET) Centre houses equipment to support the skills required for smarter engineering and manufacturing techniques.

Learning Resource Centre
Equipped with over 50 PCs featuring specialist educational software. Services include laptops available for day loans and thousands of e-resources for you to access.

Specialist Workshops
Our students utilise the latest technologies within fully-equipped workshops and digital classrooms.

Atrium Café
The Atrium is a great place to relax between classes and enjoy a coffee, soft drink or grab some lunch.

Winsford Town Park
Winsford Town Park is next door to the college – a recently refurbished multi-purpose outdoor space with a sports court and grassed areas for relaxing.

How to find Winsford campus

Weaver Street

Travel advice

By car
There is ample free parking space in our Winsford campus main car park and overflow car park, located just off New Road.

By rail
If you are travelling to college by train, you can get to college via the Crewe to Liverpool Lime Street train line. Winsford train station is a 20 minute walk from the college campus. For a full list of train times, please visit the National Rail website.

By bus
Our Winsford campus is easily accessible by bus from the town centre and nearby Cheshire districts, including Northwich and Crewe.

Plan your journey with Traveline, a helpful tool to discover public transport information including routes and times.

We also provide a free 24/7 Arriva bus pass* for 16 – 18 year old students who live more than one mile away from Winsford campus (terms and conditions apply).

By bike
On campus there are cycle fixing points and specified areas for motor cycles.