Henley Business School,

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The School is situated beside the River Thames, 2 miles from Henley-on-Thames on the A4155 between Henley and Marlow.

By Rail

Great Western trains and Chiltern trains operate from London Paddington to Reading. Alternatively, there is a regular train service from London Marylebone to High Wycombe. Taxis are available from Reading (telephone County Cars on or 572422) and at High Wycombe. There are also direct rail links to Reading from many major cities, including Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol and Exeter. Then there is a rail link from Reading to Henley via Twyford.

By Road

From M4/London/Heathrow/Bristol and the West

Leave the M4 motorway at junction 8/9 signposted A404(M) to Henley, then take the A4130 into the center of Henley. Cross the bridge over the river and go straight over the first set of traffic lights. At the next set of traffic lights turn right following the signs for Marlow (A4155). At the double mini roundabout you will see signs to the School. Turn right and after about 2 miles you will see the entrance to the School on your right.

From A4130/Oxford

The School is signposted on A4130 approach to Henley. At the mini roundabout turn left towards Marlow on the A4155. The School is situated on the right 2 miles from Henley.

From M40/London/Birmingham

Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A404 dual carriageway signposted Marlow. Take the A4155 (Marlow). Follow the road into Marlow and from the town centre continue on the A4155 signposted Henley. The main School entrance is on the left approximately 1 mile after the speed de-restriction sign as you leave the village of Mill End.

From M25/North

Leave the M25 at Junction 16 joining the M40, signposted Oxford. Then follow the directions above for arrival from M40

From M25/South

Leave the M25 at Junction 15 and take the M4 towards the West. Then follow the directions for M4/London as above.

The Turning

The turning into the School is quite acute. It can be identified by a small white gatehouse, behind a low brick wall with black railings.