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How to find us

Our Address: 299 Alan Turing Way, Manchester, M11 3BS.  Satnav postcode M11 2AZ

By Car, Taxi or Coach

Where approaching from M60 (J24), exit roundabout onto Manchester Rd/A57, continue for 1.3 miles then turn right onto Chapman St. At the roundabout, continue straight onto Cornwall St. Turn left onto Ashton Old Rd/A635. Turn right onto Alan Turing Way/A6010. At the lights turn right onto Wilson St. The entrance to the health car park is on the left.

Where approaching from the A57(M), head north east and continue on Mancunian Way/A635. Use the right lane to turn right onto Fairfield St/A635. Continue straight to stay on Fairfield St/A635 for 0.9miles. Turn left onto Alan Turing Way/A6010. At the traffic lights, turn right onto Wilson St. The entrance to the health car park is the second left.

By train

Travel to Manchester Piccadilly station, then take tram Route G to Velopark, in the direction of Ashton-under-Lyne.

By tram

The nearest stop is Velopark and is approximately 12 minutes’ journey from Manchester Piccadilly. The Velopark platform is accessible via ramps.

We are located approximately 10 minutes’ walk from this tram stop. Upon exiting the tram, head west on Ashton Way towards Alan Turing Way. Turn left onto Alan Turing Way. Continue on Alan Turing Way for 0.3 miles. MIHP will be on your left.

By bus

The following bus routes serve The Manchester Institute of Health & Performance: 53, 216, 219, 231. The nearest bus stop is located on Alan Turing Way.

The following bus routes serve The Manchester Institute of Health & Performance: 53, 216, 219, 231. The nearest bus stop is located on Alan Turing Way.

By bicycle

Cycle spaces are located to the side of the building adjacent to the main front entrance.

By Performance Car Park

Approach the site entrance along Wilson St, (M11 2AZ). Take the first left following signs for the performance car park. The performance entrance is screened for privacy, and an intercom buzzer will permit access. Secure cycle storage is also provided at the performance entrance.

Contact us at MIHPs

Any questions about our services and treatment? Contact us by phone or email and we'll be happy to help you.

0161 641 8300
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