Our locations

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Wirral

Telephone: 0151 556 5000

Download directions on how to get to Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Wirral by car:

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Private transport and parking

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Wirral is situated just off Junction 4 of the M53 on The Clatterbridge Health Park site. From Junction 4 follow the signs for Clatterbridge Hospital. Once in the grounds of The Clatterbridge Health Park, stay straight at the mini roundabout and follow the signs for Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Wirral.

The maps on this page (above) will give you directions to get to the main entrance of the centre.

Patient and patient visitor car-parking is free of charge at the front of the centre.

There is a pay car park for all other visitors to the centre (download directions to the pay car park here).

Public transport

Bus and train services change frequently, therefore, we have listed below some useful telephone numbers to contact before you travel:

Visit Traveline for help planning journeys across the UK.
http://traveline.info/

The nearest train station is Bebington - on the Merseyrail network
(This is part of the Wirral train line service running from Liverpool to Chester/Ellesmere Port)
A connecting bus (service number 410) will take you from Bebington station to the hospital site.

The nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon. There is a direct bus from the airport to Liverpool Bus station, where you can then get a bus to the hospital site.
http://www.liverpoolairport.com/
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Approx travel times from Liverpool Lime Street
Trains: 15 minutes (every 15 minutes)
http://www.merseyrail.org/

Approx travel times from Bebington station
Bus: 10 minutes (every 20 minutes)
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Merseytravel (Tel: 0871 200 22 33)
Bus and train information for Merseyside and Wirral.
For detailed public transport information in Merseyside you can also visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk where there are bus and rail timetables and a comprehensive journey planner.

Ambulances

If you are unable to use public transport, or do not have access to private transport to attend your appointment, you can request ambulance transport via your GP or contact the ambulance service directly:

For Cheshire & Wirral:
West Midlands Ambulance Service
0345 425 0050

For the rest of Merseyside:
Northwest Ambulance Service
0800 032 3240

For radiotherapy planning or radiotherapy treatment appointments only:
If you have difficulty with transport for radiotherapy appointments - we will arrange transport for you. Please contact 0151 556 5290 to make ambulance transport arrangements for radiotherapy planning or treatment appointments only. Please note that we need at least two working days notice if you wish to use this service and you must contact this number if your scheduled transport arrangements are changed or delayed so we can re-arrange your treatment appointment.

Media & Press

For all media queries, filming or interview requests.
Telephone: 0151 556 5557
Email: ccf-tr.communications.team@nhs.net


Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Aintree

Telephone: 0151 556 5959

Download directions on how to get to Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Aintree by car:

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Private transport and parking

Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Aintree is situated adjacent to The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust on the Aintree University Hospitals site in Fazakerley, Liverpool. Situated to the northeast of central Liverpool on the A506, close to Junction 6 of the M57, the Centre is easily accessible from the UK motorway network via the M6 and M62.

At the front of the main entrance we have free car parking for patients receiving radiotherapy treatment. The car park is accessed via a barrier, please push the call button at the barrier and reception staff will allow you access.

Public transport

Bus and train services change frequently, therefore we have listed below a useful telephone numbers to contact before you travel:

Visit Traveline for help planning journeys across the UK.
http://traveline.info/

The nearest station is Fazakerley on the Merseyrail network with regular service connections to and from central Liverpool and Kirkby Station.
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Aintree is an approx 10 minute walk from Fazakerley train station.

Merseytravel (Tel: 0871 200 22 33)
Bus and train information for Merseyside.
For detailed public transport information you can also visit www.merseytravel.gov.uk where there are bus and rail timetables and a comprehensive journey planner.

Ambulances

If you are unable to use public transport, or do not have access to private transport to attend your clinic appointment at Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Aintree, you can request ambulance transport via your GP or contact the ambulance service directly:

For Cheshire & Wirral:
West Midlands Ambulance Service
0345 425 0050

For the rest of Merseyside:
Northwest Ambulance Service
0800 032 3240

For radiotherapy treatment appointments only:
If you have difficulty with transport for radiotherapy appointments - we can arrange transport for you. Please contact 0151 556 5290 to make ambulance transport arrangements for radiotherapy treatment appointments only. Please note that we need at least two working days’ notice if you wish to use this service and you must contact this number if your scheduled transport arrangements are changed or delayed so we can re-arrange your treatment appointment.


Media & Press

For all media queries, filming or interview requests
Telephone: 0151 556 5557
Email: ccf-tr.communications.team@nhs.net

Chemotherapy Clinics

We are one of the largest cancer centres in the UK and recognise that we need to make access to our services and expert staff as easy as possible for our patients. As such, our consultants deliver clinics at various sites close to patients’ homes, in the surrounding general hospitals of Cheshire, Merseyside and the Isle of Man.

The specialist nursing teams from the Delamere Day Case Unit at Clatterbridge Cancer Centre - Wirral also deliver outpatient chemotherapy treatments to our patients at six other clinics within local hospitals across the region. To make your chemotherapy treatment more convenient for you, we will try where possible to offer your appointments closer to your home. You will still be treated by the same expert Clatterbridge staff at:

We also offer a pioneering Treatment at Home service where our nurses will travel to your home to give you your chemotherapy treatment. Please ask your cancer doctor or nurse if this treatment option is available to you.