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Directions to the Sheffield Office

OCLC (UK) Ltd. CityGate, 8 St Mary's Gate, Sheffield, S1 4LW


Walking from the Station (15/20 minutes)

As you come out of the main entrance at the station cross Sheaf Street, from here turn right toward Paternoster Row and then left onto Paternoster Row.  Now continue onto Brown Street, following the road onto Sidney Street and then onto Sylvester Street.  At the end of Sylvester Street turn right at Hereford Street.  Walk to the end of Hereford Street, passing Decathlon on your right hand side, you will then come to a crossing on Eyre Street. You will see Staples in front of you.  Cross the road here continuing straight, passing Staples on your left hand side. You will then come to South Lane, turn left and follow this road until you see the OCLC office, which is in the same building as the Premier Inn.

Click here to view map of route


Travelling by car

Heading South to Sheffield - On the M1 at junction 33 take the A630 exit to Sheffield (Centre) / Rotherham, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit to Sheffield Parkway/A57. Continue to the end of the parkway and at the roundabout take 4th exit to Commercial St. Continue on to High st. Then slight left onto Arundel Gate. Continue on Arundel Gate 0.4m then at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Eyre St. The Moor Car Park is located on the right.

The Moor Car Park website

Head North to Sheffield – On the M1 exit at junction 29 to Chesterfield. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A617 to Chesterfield. At the roundabout take 4th exit to A61 follow signs to A61 for 10.9 miles (go across 4 roundabouts). Continue onto London Rd B6388. Turn left onto St Mary’s Gate/A61. At roundabout take 3rd exit and keep right onto Charter Row. After about 350ft Atkinson’s Car Park is located on the right.

Note: If you use a SatNav and the above postcode doesn’t work, try S1 4UP for the Premier Inn in the same building.

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