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The Atkinson

Lord Street, Southport, PR8 1DB, United Kingdom | 01704 533 333 | Website
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Train: Merseyrail run fast and frequent services between Liverpool South Parkway (for Liverpool John Lennon Airport), Liverpool City Centre and Southport. Northern Rail operates regular services to Southport from Manchester (Piccadilly, Oxford Road, and Victoria stations), Bolton and Wigan. Connecting services to/from the North East and Yorkshire are available at Manchester Piccadilly and to/from the North, Scotland and the South at Wigan. Bus: Merseytravel operate a number of bus services in the surrounding area that operate to and from Southport. Stagecoach also provide a bus service passing through Southport on their way between Preston and Liverpool. Coach: National Express coaches serve Southport from all major UK towns and cities. You can plan your journey by public transport by using - simply enter your postcode and ours, which is PR8 1DB, to get directions.


We have two labelled disabled parking spaces directly in front of the building. They have been marked out to specifications, as advised by Southport Access For Everyone (SAFE). They are the nearest two spaces to the front door and should now be left vacant until required by Atkinson patrons who hold blue badges. These spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. Drop-off is possible outside The Atkinson’s main entrance – access is from the bollards outside Southport Town Hall. Please press the button and a member of the team will buzz you in. The Atkinson is in the centre of Southport and has a number of car parks close by including those on Tulketh Street, the train station and a park and ride service from the Esplanade. After 6.00pm there is FREE on street parking available throughout the town.

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