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Here's directions to the Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases.

The easiest way to find our building is to come to the Premier Inn at 135 Borough High Street, SE1 1NP.
We are the red brick building you can see behind the hotel at the back left of the image below.
Follow the red brick wall to the right hand side and up a short flight of steps you'lll see a security door but no reception so give me a call on my mobile (email me for it first!) and I'll come and let you in.

Please don't call my office phone. I'm often in the lab or elsewhere!
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ONLY if you are staff or student at King's (and have a swipe card) then an alternative route from Guy's is through Henriette Raphael; follow the signs to the King's Gym ... when you leave Henriette Raphael turn diagonally left and ahead of you and you will see the Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases.

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Please note that it is NOT easily reached through the Hodgkin building and is better reached from Borough High Street.

Overground

For up-to-date public transport from you to us, use the Transport for London website.

Underground

The nearest tube station is actually London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee lines). The hard bit can be finding the Borough High Street exits (East or West). Choose either, leave the tube and head south down Borough High Street past the "Bridge Tap" bar. The Wolfson CARD is opposite Tas (a restaurant), down an alley to your left.

By train

London Bridge is the nearest railway station. For further information, please call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950 or visit their website at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk.

By car

There is no general parking, although there is limited disabled parking, and a drop off facility. There is an NCP car park at the junction of Snowsfield and Kipling Streets, about a 2 minute minute walk from the hospital. However, this car park is often full. Charges are displayed at the entrance.

 

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