How to Find Us
a busy seaside town with many attractions other than spring factories. During the summer
months the population of the town increases almost ten times, with tourists from all over
world enjoying the long, clean, golden beaches and the fresh sea air.
The newest addition to the town is the Magical World of
Fantasy Island, just a few miles to the north of the town. With a new £15million
Millennium Rollercoaster and a long list of top quality rides, it is set to become one of
the country's top theme parks.
The town is easy to get to by any of the following methods
but please, if you are making a special journey to see us about a spring please telephone
first so we can ensure someone is here to deal with you when you arrive.
By Road - Follow
the A52 or A158 (see our region map)
into Skegness then use our local map to find the industrial
estate towards the south of the town.
By Rail - Trains
run frequently between the nearest Main Line station at Grantham and Skegness. From
London, Grantham is just over one hour away. Skegness can also be reached directly from
Nottingham, Crewe or Derby within a few hours. Skegness train station is marked on our local map.
By Air - Although Skegness no longer has it's own airfield, it is still
possible to fly to Humberside International Airport from most national and european
cities. From there, Skegness is less than one hour away.
By Sea - The
nearest ports are Grimsby and Boston. North Sea Ferries operate in and out of Hull to
destinations across Europe. If, however, you would prefer to swim, we are about twenty
minutes walk from the beach.
We would be happy to fax you a copy of our local map on request.
Just call Pete or Brian on +44 (0)845 430 5000 and give us your fax number.