Maldon & Tiptree: Club Profile
Maldon & Tiptree: Record vs Boro'
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Maldon & Tiptree: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)No competitive meetings
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Maldon & Tiptree Travel Information – Distance: 48 miles
We’ve opted, however, to take the shorter (distance) and slightly longer (time) route across country. From Stevenage, travel towards Ware on the A602 and join the southbound A10 for London. After around four miles, come off the A10 and go down the spur for the Amwell roundabout. Here, take the fourth exit to join the A414 to Harlow.
Upon reaching Harlow, follow the signs for A414 (Chelmsford) past the old sportscentre and Sainsbury’s supermarket. Go straight over the roundabout on the A1019 past the multi-storey car park on the right and take Velizy Avenue.
After you go past Harlow College on your left, go left at the roundabout past Harlow Leisurezone. Keep on this road (Second Avenue) until you come to the roundabout that’ll let you rejoin the A414. Take the third exit for Chelmsford.
Stay on the A414 all the way to Chelmsford, taking the first exit onto London Road (A1114) after reaching the town. It’s the second exit on the roundabout immediately afterwards, and the second exit again in 0.8 miles.
Remain on the A1114 until you reach a Travelodge and the junction for the Essex Yeomanry Way. Join the eastbound carriageway off the roundabout (third) exit and then exit after 0.2 miles for Maldon Road.
Go left at the roundabout onto Maldon Road and go past Manor Farm Shop on your left. Cross the A12 and remain on the A414 for 2.3 miles, before you will reach Maldon. You’ll be on the A414 until you reach a Morrison’s supermarket.
At the roundabout, take the third exit for the B1018 and, half-a-mile later, take the second exit at the roundabout to stay on Limebrook Way. Another half-a-mile down the road, use the second exit for Park Drive and the ground is on the right.
A modest car park at the ground itself might provide the space you need. Otherwise, you shouldn’t be short of car parking options in the nearby vicinity.
It doesn’t appear there is a station close to the ground. In fact, your nearest station may be Chelmsford. In which case, a bus is required.