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Join Stu and his specialist team of driving instructors at the Fire Service Training College. This unique venue is extensive, comprising of a long straight where cars can safely get up to 5th gear, ideal for overtaking manoeuvres, complemented by driving and varied manoeuvre zones.
Follow YD signs to check in with the team at reception, ready for your fun driving experience. Don't forget to tell your friends what a good driver you are, better still get the in-car film and share it with them! We look forward to seeing you soon.
Please note that dogs are not allowed on site (except for trained Assistance Dogs).
The Fire Service College
Directions for the venue are detailed below.
Sat Navs: For those accessing our site by car then type in GL56 0RH or Fire Service College and you will arrive at the college entrance gates.
From London & the South East: Exit the M40 at J8 - signposted A40 Oxford/Cheltenham. Continue on A40 for approx 10 miles and then join the A44, signposted Woodstock. Follow this route through Woodstock and Chipping Norton. FPA offices are located approximately 8 miles on from Chipping Norton town centre.
From the South West: Exit M5 J11a and join the A417 (Brockworth Bypass) for approx 3 miles. Join the A436 through Andoversford signposted Bourton-on-the-water. Join the A429 and drive through Stow-on-the-wold. Moreton in Marsh is the next town en route and where you should follow the signs for the A44 Chipping Norton/Oxford road.
From the North: Leave M42 J3a - signposted M40. Exit M40 J15 - signposted A429 Wellesbourne. Continue on A429 (also known as Fosse Way) for approx 9 miles until you reach Moreton in Marsh town centre. At roundabout take first exit - signposted A44 Chipping Norton/Oxford. Fire Service College located approx 1.5 miles on left hand side.
Nearest Train Station: Moreton in Marsh (approx 1.5 miles)
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT DOGS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON SITE (EXCEPT FOR TRAINED ASSISTANCE DOGS), THIS IS AT THE REQUEST OF THE FIRE SERVICE COLLEGE