About this centre
The Slough Training Centre is instantly recognisable as it is the historic Horlicks factory that dates back to 1908 and was best known for producing non-perishable malted milk tablets for soldiers during the First World War.
From M4 Junction 6, Slough Central
Follow A355 towards Slough and then at traffic lights turn right onto A4. At the second set of traffic lights turn left into Stoke Poges Lane. Go over the railway bridge and site entrance is approximately 100 yards on your right.
From M40 Junction 2, Slough/Amersham
Follow A355 to Slough. At crossroads with A4 turn left towards Slough. At the second set of traffic lights turn left onto the B416 (Stoke Poges Lane). Go over the railway bridge and the site entrance is approximately 100 yards on your right.
Via British Rail
Slough railway station is on the main Reading to Paddington line. It is approximately half a mile east of the site. There is a taxi rank outside. If you wish to walk from the station, turn right out of the station, cross over at the traffic lights, turn right and follow road round pass the Thames Valley University. Go over the bridge, down to a set of traffic lights, cross over at the lights straight in front of you. Turn right onto Stoke Poges Lane over the bridge and the site entrance is approximately 100 yards on your right. The will take 10-15 minutes.
Free tea and coffee