Directions to our office Directions to our office Travelling by car Take the Colchester turn-off on the A12 (left filter lane, the turning after the one marked to Colchester Zoo). Follow the road under the A12 to a roundabout and take the second exit into the Avenue of Remembrance (Colchester Bypass or Cymbeline Way). At the next roundabout take the second exit (A133 Colne Bank Avenue). At the next roundabout, take the third exit to North Station Road. Continue past a small parade of shops on your left and over the river to a mini-roundabout. Turn right into Middleborough and approximately 50 yards on the right is the nearest public pay and display car park. When you exit the car park turn left heading away from the overhead walkway between the car park and main Octagon building and cross Middleborough at the pedestrian crossing. Lepra’s office is to the left end of the building complex in front of you. Enter through the outer door and press the call button beside the inner door to gain entry to the building. Travelling by train The nearest railway station is Colchester (North) and our office is approximately 10 minutes walk away. Please note that there are two railway stations in Colchester – Colchester (known locally as Colchester North) & Colchester Town (known formerly as St Botolph’s) – take care to ensure you travel to Colchester (North) Station. On leaving the station walk towards the town centre along Station Way, heading away from the railway bridge and pedestrian footbridge. Cross at the pedestrian crossing outside Wickes DIY store and continue towards the town centre into North Station Road. Cross Cowdray Avenue at the pedestrian crossing outside the Albert public house. Continue along North Station Road past Serpentine Walk and Causton Road and across the bridge over the River onto Middleborough at the mini-roundabout. Cross to the other side of the road and Lepra’s office is immediately to your right. Enter through the outer door and then press the call button beside the inner door to gain entry to the building.