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The British Thoroughbred Retraining Centre
Tel: 01524 812 649 | Email: enquiries@thetrc.co.uk

© 2010-2016 The Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre Ltd | All Rights Reserved
Registered Address: Whinney Hill, Aughton Road, Halton, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA2 6PQ
Registered in England | Charity No: 1089564

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Directions

Address: Whinney Hill, Aughton Road, Halton, Lancaster LA2 6PQ

If you are following a Satnav or internet instructions… Once on Aughton Road IGNORE instruction to take first right signposted ‘Middle Highfield’, we are actually the first left on Aughton Road.

From M6 North –
Leave the M6 at Junction 35 and follow signs to Over Kellet on the B6254 road. Continue straight on this road for around 2 miles, past the Redwell Fisheries, take the next right turn signed for Lancaster. After approximately 2 miles, as the road bends fairly sharp right, take the left turning onto Aughton Road. Once on Aughton Road, you will find BTRC at the very first left hand lane/driveway. You will see a stone wall with a large BTRC sign.

From M6 South –
Leave the M6 at Junction 34 and continue straight at the traffic lights, using the 3rd lane, for Halton. At the roundabout, take the third exit signed for Halton. At the t-junction, take a left onto Halton Road. At the mini round about take the second exit up the hill. Continue on this road straight through the village, after leaving the village you will need to take the 3rd right (around 2 miles) onto Aughton Road. Once on Aughton Road, you will find BTRC at the very first left hand lane/driveway. You will see a stone wall with a large BTRC sign.

From North Yorkshire –
Take the A65 to Kirkby Lonsdale then follow the B6254 towards Carnforth, going through the villages of Whittington and Arkholme. After leaving Arkholme you will come to the Redwell pub on the right hand side of the road. Immediately after the Redwell take the left fork signed for Lancaster. After approximately 2 miles, as the road bends fairly sharp right, take the left turning onto Aughton Road. Once on Aughton Road, you will find BTRC at the very first left hand lane/driveway. You will see a stone wall with a large BTRC sign.