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Rocktime Location Map – 94 High Street, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1DB

Rocktime Full Service Digital Agency, specialists in Web Design & Development, Web Content Mangement Systems (CMS), Ecommerce Systems, Internet search marketing (SEO, PPC) and social media strategies, is located on the South Coast of England.

The Rocktime offices are located in Poole, Dorset approximately 1hr to drive from Southampton, 2hrs from London and 2hrs from Bristol. Find below helpful information to locate our office, alternatively find out more about the glorious Dorset location in which we work, "surf, rest and play" at Poole Tourism

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Local travel:

From Poole Train station, walk towards the shops, through the undercover arcade, with Argos behind you walk across the railway crossing (on the High Street!). Pass Cafe Nero on your far left, over the traffic lights and back onto the High Street, walk straight towards Poole Quay and Poole Old Town, you will find our offices on your right.

For other local South West travel Rocktime recommend you use Traveline for public transport information around the South West of England: www.travelinesw.com

By road from London / Southampton / Ringwood:

From the M25 take Junction 12 onto the M3. Heading South towards the M27 signed posted Bournemouth. Continue on the A31 Wimborne bypass, at the Merley roundabout, turn left onto the A341 and right at the second roundabout towards Poole. Go straight ahead at the lights down the A349 Gravel Hill, straight ahead at the Crematorium roundabout and past Poole Grammar School. Take the second exit at the Darby’s Corner roundabout past the Shell garage. After the first set of lights at Sopers Lane, move into the right hand lane ready for the second set of lights. Take the right hand lane and turn into Cabot Lane passing Burger King. Travel along Cabot Lane and then go in the left lane at the lights by the Premier Lodge hotel. At the lights turn left A349/Broadstone Way and at the Holes Bay Roundabout take the first exit onto A350/Holes Bay Road heading to Parkstone. At the Roundabout take the second exit onto Dear Hay Lane, continue along Dear Hay Lane turning left just before the Blue Boar Pub signed posted High Street. Pass both the entrance and exit for the multi-storey car park and on the right hand side (about 500 yards) is the long skinny Rocktime car park.

From Bournemouth:

Take roads signed to Poole. The A3049 Wallisdown Road becomes the dual carriageway Dorset Way. Out of Poole Centre take the A35 (these routes go to the Fleetsbridge roundabout), then take the A349 to Wimborne. Pass Tesco on your left, and then go into the left hand lane to turn left at the lights by Burger King, into Cabot Lane. Travel along Cabot Lane and then go in the left lane at the lights by the Premier Lodge hotel. At the lights turn left A349/Broadstone Way and at the Holes Bay Roundabout take the first exit onto A350/Holes Bay Road heading to Parkstone. At the Roundabout take the second exit onto Dear Hay Lane, continue along Dear Hay Lane turning left just before the Blue Boar Pub signed posted High Street. Pass both the entrance and exit for the multi-storey car park and on the right hand side (about 500 yards) is the long skinny Rocktime car park.

From the East

From Brighton take the M27 towards Portsmouth and then on to Southampton.

From Southampton take the A31 towards Ringwood and Bournemouth.

At Ringwood continue on the A31 towards Ferndown passing over several roundabouts. Turn right at the 4th roundabout staying on the A31 towards Wimborne Minster.

Join the A349 towards Poole. Head into Poole along the A350 Holes Bay Road with the harbour on your right. On reaching Poole you will have the Poole Train Station on your left and a large roundabout in front of you. Take the 3rd turning on your left with ‘The Rising Sun’ pub on the corner, this is Dear Hay Lane. Go 200 yards just past a multi-storey car park and turn immediately left into Hill Street and left again. Go 100 yards and opposite the big red gates of the Royal Mail Sorting Office you will find the car park to the rear of our building with car park spaces for visitors.

From West

From Exeter head along the A30 towards Honiton and then on towards Dorchester on the A35 to Poole. Join the A349 into Poole. Head into Poole along the A350 Holes Bay Road with the harbour on your right. On reaching Poole you will have the Poole Train Station on your left and a large roundabout in front of you. Take the 3rd turning on your left with ‘The Rising Sun’ pub on the corner, this is Dear Hay Lane. Go 200 yards just past a multi-storey car park and turn immediately left into Hill Street and left again. Go 100 yards and opposite the big red gates of the Royal Mail Sorting Office you will find the car park to the rear of our building with car park spaces for visitors.

By Rail:

Poole Train station is approximately a 10 minute walk from our offices, there are daily services too and from a number of major cities including London Waterloo, Edinburgh, York, Birmingham, Manchester and Southampton.

By Ferry:

We are a 4 minute drive away from Poole Ferry Terminal or a 16 minute walk. There are daily services to Cherbourg in France and sailings to St Malo (France) and the Channel Islands. We are also a 1hr drive away from the Isle of Wight Ferry from Lymington, Hampshire.

By Air:

Bournemouth Airport is a short distance from our offices in Poole, and is approximately a 30 minute drive away. There is a convenient shuttle bus from the airport to Bournemouth town centre. Southampton Airport is a 1hr drive away.

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"A bustling Quay,

the best beaches in England and stunning natural harbour make Poole, Dorset a natural first choice on the South Coast"

Poole Tourism

"Poole...

is a large coastal town and seaport in Dorset on the south coast of England. The town is 20 miles east of Dorchester, and Bournemouth adjoins Poole to the east. The Borough of Poole was made a unitary authority in 1997, gaining administrative independence from Dorset County Council. The town had a population of 138,288 according to the 2001 census, making it the second largest settlement in Dorset."

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