Travel: North Manchester

Whether you are traveling from the North West, the North East, the Midlands, Scotland, the South or from overseas; Bury, Manchester is easily accessible.

Rail

The nearest mainline stations are Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria from both you can get the tram to Bury, trams leave for Bury every 6 minutes. It is then just a short (3 miles) taxi journey to the location of the Lightning Process seminar.

Direct train services to Manchester include:

First Trans Pennine Express comes into Manchester from: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Lake District, Lancaster, Blackpool, Preston, Bolton, Newcastle, Durham, Middlesbrough, Scarborough, York, Hull, Leeds, Liverpool, Doncaster, Sheffield and Manchester Airport.

Virgin Trains come into Manchester from: London Euston, Birmingham, Crewe, Chester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Lancaster and Preston.

Road

The location of the Lightning Process seminar is just 1.5 miles from Junction 1 of the M66 which is just off Manchester's M60 motorway network providing easy access from all major towns and cities within the UK 

Air

Manchester Airport is just a 35 minute drive or you can take the train that departs from the airport into Manchester, from there you can get a tram into Bury (see rail above). Flights arrive direct from numerous international destinations including Oslo Norway.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is just a 50 minute drive away. Flights arrive direct from numerous international destinations including Oslo Norway.

Leeds Bradford International Airport is just a 60 minute drive away. Flights arrive direct from numerous domestic and international destinations.