The K2G Hinckley Business Market 2017 will be held at the Greene King Stadium, Hinckley. This is a fantastic venue for the event this year with excellent facilities and easily accessible from all major routes. There is also plenty of free parking at the venue.
The exhibition will be located Throughout the exhibition centre. The bar is open for refreshments and will be open for you to grab a coffee and a bite to eat whilst networking with fellow visitors and exhibitors. There will also be a variety of seminars and workshops running throughout the day.
Leave the M69 at junction 1 and head north on the A5, signposted Nuneaton and Earl Shilton. Go Straight over the roundabout and past the Limekilns Pub, then over the next roundabout. At the Dodwells Bridge roundabout take the A47, signposted Earl Shilton, through the Dodwells Industrial Estate, this is the Normandy Way. Continue on this road, past the Tesco Warehouse and the Triumph motorbike factory, over three more roundabouts and past the Morrisons supermarket. At the next traffic light crossroads go straight over signposted Earl Shilton. Carry on this road, down the hill where you will see the Stadium on your left. At the next roundabout turn right, 3rd exit, then entrance to the Greene King Stadium is on your right.
Hinckley’s Railway Station is managed by Cross Country Trains. Hinckley Station has a ticket office and waiting room, but is only open from 7am-1pm. Out of these hours it functions as an unmanned station ie tickets can be bought on trains.
Hinckley is on the Birmingham to Leicester line and uses the Birmingham-Stanstead timetable.
National Rail Enquiries: 0845 748 4950
Cross Country Ticket Sales: 0844 811 0124
The walk to the ground from the train station is approximately 3 miles. Alternatively take a taxi, or the bus. Station Taxis operate from the train station.
Links: A1 Taxis, telephone: 01455615161 http://www.a1taxishinckley.co.uk/
Station Taxis, telephone: 01455 238000
Centrebus run the local bus routes. To locate the bus stops from the train station,exit the station into the station car park then from the car park entrance cross over the road and head past the Railway Hotel, up the hill along Station Road, towards the town centre. Station Road leads into the Market Place and the town centre of Hinckley. At the Market Place turn left and down onto Regent Street where the bus terminals are situated. The bus service you will need is the Centrebus 81 service, or the 81a service if after 6pm. The 81 Bus runs every 15 minutes from Monday to Saturday, with the last bus passing the ground at approximately 6.05pm. The 81a service runs to Barwell High Street and it is a 5 minute walk down the Common Road to the ground. The bus stop for the 81 service back into Hinckley town centre, from the ground, is by the Perimeter Road roundabout. That is out of the Stadium entrance, turn left and approximately 50 yards further on across the road.