Tour 2

UKU Tour 2 2017

directions

Llanrumney Playing Fields,
Mendip Road, Llanrumney CF3 4JN


How to get there from Cardiff Central Train Station

Please click here for a .pdf with the directions
(includes nice maps).

Please click here to see the venue on multimap.

From the North
  • M5 South.
  • At Junction 8, get onto the M50.
  • Get onto the A40 (straight on) at Ross-on Wye.
  • Go through Monmouth.
  • Take the A449 'Newport' at the big roundabout.
  • Go towards Cardiff on the M4.
  • Follow directions from the M4 below...
From the South
  • Get onto the M4, and keep going west.
  • The bridge toll is 6.20. Beware the speed camera van which is usually between the end of the bridge and the toll booths.
M4 West.
  • Come off at Junction 29, which is the A48(M).
  • Come off at the 3rd junction, Signed 'Docks, UWIC, A4232 and A4161'.
  • Turn left onto the A4161, stay in the left lane which goes to a big roundabout.
  • Take the first exit, left up Newport Road / Rumney Hill (speed camera).
  • At the top of the hill turn left, just before a park, onto Llanrumney Avenue.
  • Take the fourth left onto Ball Road.
  • Take the third (sharp) left onto Hartland Road.
  • At the end of Hartland Road, turn right onto Mendip Road, and then Left into the Leisure Centre car park. Please do not park on the roads around the venue.



How to get there from Cardiff Central Train Station

The number 50 bus is the best option. The bus station is right next to Cardiff Central Station.

If you check out: http://www.traveline-cymru.org.uk/ Go into the journey planner and put in 'Cardiff central station' as your departure, and CF3 4JN as your destination (Mendip Road, Cardiff) this gives you a journey time of roughly 27 minutes (including the short walk at the end). The number 49 also goes fairly close but you'll need to check the map on the traveline-cymru website.

A taxi will set you back in the region of 15 (don't quote me on that).

Llanrumney isn't the poshest part of town, so usual cautions about wandering round there at night apply (we've never had any problems like that, but you never know).