HOW TO FIND US
From the north, south and west, Chatham can be reached by motorway. From the M25 take the A2 / M2 southbound. Junctions 1 to 4 of the M2 take you into Chatham. Junction one for Strood or Rochester. Junction two for Strood and Rochester.
Junction three for Chatham. Junction four for Gillingham. You can also come via the M25 / M26 and M20, leaving at junction four and taking the A228 to Rochester or junction 6 taking the A229 to Chatham / Rochester.
From the east, the Channel ports or the Channel tunnel take the M20 and leave at junction 6 taking the A229 to Chatham / Rochester. Alternatively you can use the A2/M2.
The Medway campus is well served by local bus routes. The bus companies Arriva, Chalkwell and King's Ferry operate the majority of services to the campus. The bus stop just outside the campus is known variously as Chatham Maritime, The Observatory and the Compass Centre.
The Medway campus is a ten-minute journey from Chatham train station.
From London. Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross stations have frequent services to Chatham. The journey takes between 45 minutes and an hour. Rochester, Strood, Chatham, Gillingham and Rainham stations all serve the Medway area.
For up to date details telephone 08457 484950 or visit the National Rail website (www.nationalrail.co.uk). Additional information is available from the South Eastern Trains website. If you are travelling from a London station it is possible to buy a combined train and bus ticket at a discounted price.
From the south and east there are regular trains to Chatham from Maidstone, Dover, Canterbury and Thanet.
If you are arriving in Folkestone or Dover ports, take the M20 and leave at junction 6 taking the A229 to Chatham / Rochester. Alternatively you can use the A2/M2.