Edgbaston Priory Club, Birmingham: 9th - 16th June 2013
Just five minutes away from Birmingham city centre, the Aegon Classic is a fantastic opportunity to experience world class tennis in an intimate setting. Find out the best route to the venue below:
From the M6, turn off at Junction 6 on to the A38(M) towards Birmingham and stay in the centre lane through three tunnels and across one set of traffic lights. At the next traffic lights turn right on to Priory Road, then right again after 50 metres, and Edgbaston Priory Club is on the right hand side of Sir Harry's Road.
Buses leave from Birmingham city centre. Take the 61 or 63 from Corporation Street coming from the city centre, get off at Sir Harry’s Road. From here it is an 8 minute walk.
For more details call the Centro hotline on 0121 200 2700 or visit the Centro website.
Birmingham is well connected by train, from the London and the south and from Liverpool and further north. Save time and money and buy your train tickets from www.londonmidland.com with no booking or postage fees to pay.
Birmingham International Airport (BHX) is the city's gateway to the world. It is easily accessible by train from New Street Station - you the get off at Birmingham International for the airport and NEC.
Parking is available to the general public at the Priory School grounds off Sir Harrys Road adjacent to the Edgbaston Priory Club (Monday to Sunday during the tournament only). The cost is £10 per day or £50 for a weekly ticket. There are only a limited number of spaces, allocated on a first come, first served basis. Advanced booking is not available; payment onsite is cash only.
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