Cycling

For those travelling from slightly further afield, where walking would take too long, cycling will be a quick and simple way of reaching the Centre. There are places to secure your bike outside the front of the Centre when you arrive. Cycle time from the edge of the villages is less than 7 minutes.

Cycling is a good option when coming from many local villages:

From Cottenham

Use the cycle path alongside the B1049 south out of Cottenham and then once in Histon turn right onto Narrow Lane. Follow the road through the narrow section and on to turn left onto Windmill Lane and then carry on down School Hill to the Centre. Journey time should be about 12 minutes from the green in Cottenham to the Centre.

From Girton

The best option is to use the cycle path out of Girton to the North along the Oakington Road and then turn right along the cycle path on New Road towards Histon. Continue along this into Histon where it becomes Park Lane. Follow this road around a corner to the right where you arrive at the Centre. Journey time should be about 10 minutes from the Parish Church in Girton to the Centre.

From Milton

The most direct route is to use the bridge over the A10 by the park and ride and then along the cycle path on Butt Lane which then becomes Impington Lane and then across the B1049 past the Green and along the High Street to the St Andrew’s Centre. Journey time should be about 16 minutes from the Parish Church in Milton to the Centre.

From Cambridge

The main route to Histon is on the cycle lane along Histon Road and then on the cycle path around the roundabout over the A14. After the roundabout turn left into Cambridge Road and follow it past the Guided Bus stop and then continue along Station Road to the T junction with the High Street. Turn left and follow the High Street to the Centre. Journey time should be about 18 minutes from the Round Church in Bridge Street to the Centre.