redford - Answered a Question by redford (03 Dec 08 17:51)

Sorry i live in llandudno junction.

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phillips - replied to redford (03 Dec 08 22:33)

Hi there there is now a direct route into london from wrexham 5 times a day but i would advise you to arrive a day early or if you drive.... we have parked at airport hotel and had free parking either night before or on our return, the coach takes ages but also chester is very near to you. hope this helps.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by redford (03 Dec 08 17:39)

There would be a big differerence between Pwllheli and Prestatyn!! Why can't you tell us where you live? Just go to www.nationalrail.co.uk and you'll get times and fares.

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Clayton - Answered a Question by redford (03 Dec 08 18:00)

Hi. we fly from Heathrow mostly and we go by National Express Coaches from Birmingham and takes about 3hrs and drops right outside your terminal and if you are a senior then the cost is very low. Beryl Birmingham.

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Roberts - Answered a Question by redford (03 Dec 08 20:29)

So long as you get the correct train to Euston from North Wales in just over 3 hours (3h 4mins to be exact from Junction). Euston to Heathrow takes 40 mins on the Underground. A quick search on a train ticket website found this information out. Alternatively you could always get a flight from Liverpool or Manchester to Heathrow on a cheap airline company or by National Express Coach (5 hours from Chester).

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