CEE Relays Ltd

Tel:   +44 1753 576477    Fax: +44 1753 825661
How to Find Us
Are you visiting CEE Relays Ltd?  See below for our recommended transport and lodging options and an interactive map. 
Please note: CEE Relays is only accessible from Whitby Road and not from Frank Sutton Way.  
Our full address is:

87C Whitby Road,
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Slough is easy to get to from London Heathrow Airport (LHR).

Buses from Heathrow run every 15 minutes. Number 7 runs from Heathrow Central Bus Station via Heathrow Terminal 5, and numbers 8,10 and 11 run from Heathrow Terminal 5. For regular services and the most direct route, we recommend bus number 7 (designated N7 during night-time hours).
If you catch a number 7, 8, 10 or 11 then alight at Slough Bus Station, and catch one of the buses listed in the "By Train" section.  
Airport taxis are expensive (about £70), it is better to use a local taxi firm. Try Station Cars (+44 1753 545000), or 711 Radio Cars (+44 1753 711711), or use Yell.com for more companies. 
Coaches link Heathrow to Gatwick (LGW), Stansted (STN) and Luton (LTN) if you fly into one of these airports.
Flying to London City (LCY) or London Southend (SEN) airports is not recommended as it would require you to cross London and would adversely affect your journey time.
By Train
Slough station is easily accessible from London Paddington and Reading stations, offering fast links to the rest of the National Rail network. Our offices are a short bus journey away from the station (buses 74, X74 or 583, alight at "Buckingham Avenue Centre"), or a 20-minute walk.  We recommend the X74 service.  A return ticket costs £4.10.

Visitors from continental Europe travelling by Eurostar should change at St Pancras International Rail Station.  
Take the London Underground to London Paddington for trains to Slough Station
By Car
Slough is easily accessible from the M4, M40 and M25 motorways. If you are travelling on the M25, then take the M4 (if coming from the south) or M40 (if coming from the north). 
If you are coming from the M4, then come off at Junction 6 (the A355), and follow signs for Slough (going straight over two roundabouts). When you get to the A4 (the "Three Tuns" junction), cross straight over into Farnham Road. After crossing the railway, turn right at the traffic lights into Whitby Road (if you get to the The Centre on the right-hand side, or Sainsbury's on the left-hand side, then you have missed the turning for Whitby Road). After turning into Whitby Road, turn right again into Whitby Road Industrial Estate. Follow the road round, past "The Big Yellow", bear right, and CEE Relays is at the far end. 
If you are coming from the M40, then come off at Junction 2 (the A355), and follow the road through Farnham until you get to a large roundabout. Go straight over the roundabout into Farnham Road and straight over five sets of traffic lights (6 including the pedestrian crossing) until you go past The Centre on the left-hand side. Turn left at the next set of lights into Whitby Road, and then follow the directions above. If you cross the railway line or arrive at the A4, then you have missed the turning for Whitby Road.

Note: at the time of writing, The Centre sports and leisure complex is being refurbished and therefore you will see a building site instead.
Where to stay?
We normally recommend staying at the Travelodge (2 miles away), the Premier Inn (2 miles away), or the Copthorne Hotel (1 mile away). Alternatively, use Yell.com to find hotels and B&Bs in and around Slough.