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In Great Britain (England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland) we drive on the left. All our road signs are in miles instead of kilometres and our speed limit is in mph (miles per hour).
The best way to get around Wellingborough town centre is to walk. The town is not very big and most shops are within walking distance. There is a train station on the outskirts of the town where you can travel to London or other big towns. There are regular buses operating throughout the day. The buses can be caught on Church Street. You can travel to London on the coach or to Northampton (the nearest big town). The buses are quite cheap with a return trip to Northampton costing around £2.30 per person. Most local people drive into the town centre as there is ample car parking and it is all free. I drive each day into the centre to go to work. I live on the outskirts of the town. My new little car (see pictured) is excellent when it comes to parking as it is so small it can fit into spaces normal cars can't!
Updated Aug 11, 2006
Bus's in wellingborough and around it are quite regular going as often as every 15 minutes and are reasonably priced. Catch one from any bus stop, or from church street in the main town centre for the widest choice of destinations.
Written Apr 13, 2005