Travelling to Southport College University Centre
Southport College University Centre is in a central location, easily accessible from Southport’s main train station and just a short walk from the main bus stops on Lord Street. Served my both Northern and Merseyrail, the proximity to the train station makes University Centre easily accessible from across Merseyside, West Lancashire and beyond.
Travelling by car
Travel and Parking Information
As Southport College is a town centre site, parking at the Mornington Road Campus is not possible for visitors unless pre-arranged with the individual you are visiting. However, we do have a number of designated accessible parking spaces available to visitors who are blue badge holders.
Pay and Display Schemes
Short term (up to three hours) pay and display parking can be found at the Central 12 Retail Park, which is approximately 200 metres from the College. Pay and display parking is also available on the streets around College or there is an NCP car park adjacent to Southport railway station, a short walk away from the College.
Travelling by public transport
Trains and Buses
Southport train station is just a 5-minute walk from the College. All buses stop in the town centre, usually on Lord Street. Again, Southport College is a short walk from there.
Park and ride
There are two park and ride schemes around Southport which are sign posted when entering the town.
Take a closer look at the timetables available from the local transport providers:
At Clouds Restaurant, the public can come and enjoy a fine dining experience in stylish surroundings with panoramic views of Southport’s skyline.
Concept Salons offer a range of beauty, hairdressing and barbering treatments to both male and female clients of all ages.