Weston-super-Mare, an annex of our Bristol office, offers the full range of criminal law and prison law services.
Weston-super-Mare, also known as Weston, is a seaside town in North Somerset, England. The local area has been occupied since the Iron Age. It was still a small village until the 19th century when it developed as a seaside resort. A railway station and two piers were built. Attractions include the Helicopter Museum, Weston Museum, and the Grand Pier. Cultural venues include The Playhouse, the Winter Gardens and the Blakehay Theatre.
The Bristol Channel has a large tidal range; the low tide mark in Weston Bay is about 1 mile (1.6 km) from the seafront. The beach is sandy but low tide reveals areas of thick mud which are very dangerous to walk on. Each summer the beach is used as the venue for the Weston-super-Mare Sand Sculpture Festival.
The town was the subject of a song “Sunny Weston-super-Mare” performed by local band The Wurzels in 1988.
HOW TO FIND US
Heading South on the M5
At Junction 21, take the A370 exit to Weston-Super-Mare.
At the Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Somerset Avenue (A370)
Continue on Somerset Avenue. At the next roundabout, take the 2nd exit to stay on Somerset Avenue (A370).
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Flowerdown Bridge – which continues the A370.
Continue on the A370 by taking the 2nd exit of the next roundabout onto Herluin Way.
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Winterstoke Road.
Go through the next roundabout to stay on winterstoke Road.
Turn right onto Byron Road (located just after the Shell Garage).
At the end of Byron Road, turn right onto Selworthy Road.
At the end of Selworthy Road, turn left onto Lonsdale Avenue.
Turn right onto St Andrew’s Parade.
Reeds Solicitors Weston-Super-Mare office is located inside the Locality Health Centre on the righthand side.
There are three train stations that serve the greater area of Weston; Worle, Weston Milton, and Weston-super-Mare.
Weston-super-Mare is the closest train station to Reeds Solicitors LLP office. It is situated on a loop off the main Bristol to Taunton Line, and is part of the Greater Western Railway network.
At the time of writing, the core timetable consists of local services from Severn Beach that call at almost every station and then terminate at Weston-super-Mare, and semi-fast services calling at fewer stations between Cardiff Central and Penzance. These two routes combine to give two trains each hour between Bristol Temple Meads and Weston-super-Mare for most of the day during the week. Sunday trains are less frequent and mainly start or terminate at Bristol Temple Meads.
To find the office from Weston-super-Mare Train Station, please follow the directions below.
At Weston-super-Mare Train station, exit the station out the back (i.e. the opposite side to the buses). This exits onto a road called Station Approach.
Turn right and follow Station Approach, and turn right onto Sunnyside Road N.
At the end of Sunnyside Road, turn left, then immediately cross the road at the pedestrian crossing (outside the shop Curiosity Corner).
Walk down the steps on the other side, onto Bournville Road.
Cross over the road, and turn right onto Bournville Road.
Continue on Bournville Road.
The road will curve around to the left, and the road name will change to Waverley Road. Continue on Waverley Road.
At the end of the road, turn right on Lonsdale Avenue.
Turn right on St. Andrew’s Parade.
Reeds Solicitors LLP Weston-super-Mare office is on the right hand side inside the Locality Health Centre.