Travel guidance for attendees of #UKNOF24 on Thursday 17th Jan #LAMMA
UKNOF24 is being held at Timico in Newark on Thursday 17th January. People trying to book accommodation will already have found out that there is an agricultural equipment show called LAMMA on at the Newark Showground. Great if you like tractors (which I do) but a nuisance if you are coming to UKNOF24.
If you are coming by car you need some local advice re how to avoid the traffic which will be heavy with farmers heading to the showground.
Coming from Lincoln Heading for Newark turn off the A46 at the Brough turning around 2 or three miles before Newark. You can find your way the back way through Stapleford Wood and Coddington to our offices that way.
Coming up or down the A1 turn off at the Coddington exit and turn right towards Newark. Lamma traffic will be turning left. This is one exit after the main Newark turning (the one with the railway station signposted) heading South – so the one before it heading North (obv).
Coming from Nottingham turn off at the first roundabout at the end of the new dualled bit of the A46 and head in on the B6166 to Newark (this is the old Roman Fosse Way fwiw). Avoiding the A46 bypass will save you a lot of time.
Cars should come and park at the actual data centre which is secure and where there will be more space. The address is
Timico Data Centre
Brunel Business Park
Newark NG24 2AG
It has a different access road to the HQ building though you can access both buildings on foot from each other. The gate is a secure one but someone should be keeping an eye open to let you in.
For those catching the train the data centre is about a 10 min walk South from Newark Northgate – there is a footpath along the side of the track. The walk from Newark Castle is a bit longer. If I were you I’d call a taxi.
Newark Taxi 01636 705200 – book in advance when you know what time your train gets in.
Any questions just ask. See you for the curry.
I’d plan to get in early if I were you as some of our staff members got caught up in horrendous traffic on hte way in this morning.