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Telford International Centre, UK

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The Telford International Centre is a modern, stand-out venue, centrally located in the heart of the Midlands.

With its central UK location, it offers easy road and rail access, as well as national and international airport connections. 

 

Directions to Telford International Centre:

St Quentin Gate Telford

Shropshire

TF3 4JH

 

By Car: Sat nav postcode: TF3 4JH

The Telford International Centre has over 1,500 free car parking spaces onsite, all within easy walking distance to the venue.

 

By Rail:

There are regular services from Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton and Shrewsbury. The International Centre is situated just over a mile from Telford Central Station and is only a few minutes’ drive by taxi. Alternatively, there is a regular bus service.

 

Local Taxi Firms:

Diamond Cars (Telford) Ltd.                        01952 222222

Ambassador Taxis                                         01952 200600

Go Carz - Telford Central Station                01952 507507

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