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University of Bedfordshire
UK, LU1 3JU
Butterfield Park campus
Luton LU2 8DL
Butterfield Park is a 85-acre business and technology zone providing dedicated state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities. The facilities include a skills labs to ensure that students have plenty of opportunities to develop and refine their clinical skills.
Butterfield Park also boasts a mix of fully-networked computer suites, and a Learning Resources Centre which is home to a digital library boasting 2,000 health-related e-journals. Nursing students also have access to the NHS Trust Libraries.
From M1: Exit at junction 10 and follow signs for Hitchin (A505). Entrance to Butterfield Park is signposted.
From A1(M): Exit at junction 8 and follow signs for A602 to Hitchin. Then follow signs for Luton (A505). Entrance to Butterfield Park is signposted.
Continue on the access road until you reach the next roundabout. Take another left at this roundabout. Continue until you see a right turn into the main car park, and turn in here. Continue through the car park until it curves around to the right. The University Healthcare Department is located in building 250 and 260.
If you are not staff or students with appropriate passes, you will need to use the intercom system to gain entry to the building.
Parking is available to students and visitors in the overflow car park to the rear of the village and also the vacant parcel of land opposite the University buildings. Any other area is restricted to permit holders only.
Luton and Hitchin (Thameslink and Great Northern trains) are the nearest railway stations.
The bus departs from Vicarage Street on the University Square campus. Vicarage Street is a 5-minute walk from Luton Rail and Bus Station.