The British Volleyball Federation High Performance Office is located at the English Institute of Sport – Sheffield, which is also the home of the Men's and Women's Indoor Squads.
The Beach Volleyball programme runs out of the University of Bath.
British Volleyball Federation
English Institute of Sport – Sheffield
By Car from M1 - Leave the motorway at junction 34 (Sheffield Meadowhall). At the roundabout follow signs ‘A6178 City Centre’ and ‘Attercliffe’. Go past Meadowhall Shopping Centre on your right and continue straight ahead. Follow signs for ‘Attercliffe’ and ‘Don Valley Stadium / Hallam FM Arena’. Go past the Hallam FM Arena on your left and continue on Attercliffe Road. EIS-Sheffield is on the left (between iceSheffield and Don Valley Stadium) on Coleridge Road.By Car from City Centre - Travel through the Wicker and along Attercliffe Common towards Meadowhall. EIS-Sheffield is approximately 2 miles from the city centre on the right (after Don Valley Stadium).
A large number of bus routes serve the Institute from the bus station / Sheffield Passenger Interchange and depart every 10 minutes. The route numbers include 69, 130, 287.
Sheffield’s multi million pound light rail system has a stop close to the Institute. Trams connect to the facility from various points of Sheffield including the City Centre and Meadowhall, depart the tram at the ‘Don Valley / Arena’ stop. The contact number for Supertram is 0114 272 8282 (8.30am - 5pm).
British Beach Volleyball
c/o Department of Sports Development
University of Bath
The University campus is situated on Claverton Down, to the east of Bath. The A4 and A36 roads run through the city; the M4 motorway is approximately 16 kilometres (10 miles) distant.
If approaching from the M4, leave the motorway at junction 18 and follow the A46 south 12 kilometres (8 miles) to the Bath exit from the dual carriageway.
Turning right here brings you on to the A4 westbound to Bath. After 2.4 kilometres (1.5 miles) turn left at the traffic lights (signposted “City Centre A36″); after 640 metres (700 yards) turn left at the traffic lights towards Warminster. In approximately 275 metres (300 yards) turn right into North Road (signposted “Claverton Down”). The Quarry Road entrance to the campus is on the left towards the top of the hill (approximately 1.6 kilometres - 1 mile); the Norwood Avenue entrance is 0.8 kilometres (half a mile) further on in Claverton Down Road.
If approaching from the city centre, the A4 or the A36 eastbound follow signs to “Warminster”, “Claverton Down”, “American Museum” and “Park & Ride (University)”.
If approaching from the A36 (northbound) follow signs to “Claverton Down”.
Buses 18, 410 and 418, branded “the bright orange bus” and operated by First Somerset & Avon, depart from Railway Street behind the Bus Station (which is opposite Bath Spa Railway Station) approximately every 6 minutes during term and less frequently at other times.
Buses 20A/20C circular routes connect the University via Weston, Twerton, Whiteway, Combe Down and Widcombe Hill.
Check First’s guide for ticket options or phone 0845 6064446 for more information.
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