From Stockport and East by motorway
- Take the M60 Ring Road clockwise and leave at Junction 5. Turn right at major traffic lights onto Barlow Moor Road A5145 (towards Didsbury). Turn left at next traffic lights onto Palatine Road B5167. Go through one set of major traffic lights. The Christie is shortly after these. Turn right into Oak Road.
From the North by motorway
- Take the M60 Ring Road anti-clockwise and follow signs for Manchester Airport.
- Move to left lane and exit M60, Junction 5. Follow sign for Chester, Manchester Airport (M56), B'ham, A5103. Stay in left lane and take first exit from A5103 signed Northenden & Sale Moor.
- At end of slip road, turn left at traffic lights at the Britannia Airport Hotel onto Palatine Road B5166 which becomes B5167. Then follow directions below From A5103.
From the South by motorway
- Take the M56, following signs to Manchester and then City Centre A5103.
- Look out for a sign that says 'motorway ends in half a mile'. Shortly after this, move to left lane, take the slip road to Sale Moor and Northenden, signed B5166.
- Keep in right hand lane of slip road. At the traffic lights, the road turns sharp right under the bridge, passing the Britannia Airport Hotel on your left. Follow directions From A5103.
- Go through Northenden shopping area, over the River Mersey and past the golf clubs.
- Go through 2 major sets of traffic lights. Shortly after the second set, there is a sign for The Christie. For car park C continue along Palatine Road and the multi-storey (car park C) is on the right.
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- The AA - Pick travel and Leisure - route planner (use The Christie as your destination)
- MapQuest - Driving directions (use Withington Manchester and The Christie postcode M20 4BX)
- multiMAP.com - Maps and driving directions by postcode (The Christie postcode M20 4BX)
- Traffic England : Highways Agency - Latest Manchester traffic reports
Oak Road resurfacing - starts Monday 5 November 2018
From Monday 5 November 2018, Highways England will start works to resurface Oak Road.
This will involve closing part of the footpaths on either side of the road. Oak Road will remain open for the majority of the time the work is taking place, and access will remain to all side roads and driveways.
Manchester and Salford Inner Relief Route improvement scheme - starts Wednesday 29 August 2018
Starting on Wednesday 29 August 2018, Manchester City Council and Salford City Council will begin major improvement works on six junctions on and around Regent Road.
The work is scheduled to take 12 months to complete and during this time Regent Road will be reduced from two lanes to one lane in each direction. As a result, journey times are expected to increase significantly, especially during the morning and evening peaks.
For more information about the scheme, please visit Manchester City Council’s MSIRR webpage.