Our Autism Hub sessions are held at Guardian House in Bradford City Centre. The venue is accessible from Bradford Interchange and Bradford Forster Square railway stations. It is also close by to bus routes serving the whole area.
The venue’s address is:
22 Manor Row
Please find a map with a pin showing where the venue is below.
If you are going to the Hub from Bradford Forster Square train station, it is just a few minutes’ walk from there. The quickest way to get there is by taking the lift then turning right and walking up Manor Row once going through the exit.
There is free parking available for visitors at the car park to the left of Guardian House. When entering the building, you will need to sign in, just in case of a fire alarm.
The building has step-free access and an accessible toilet. All the rooms we are using for our hub sessions are on the ground floor.
Getting there by car
We have documents that show you how to get to the Hub by car from different parts of the Bradford and Craven area. Please click on the buttons below to download them.
Buses to and from different parts of the area can be accessed at Bradford Interchange Bus Station, as well as on streets including:
- Market Street – services to Shipley, Baildon and parts of north and east Bradford
- Sunbridge Road – services to Keighley, Bingley, Saltaire and parts of north and west Bradford
- Hall Ings – services to east Bradford and, less frequently, Shipley
- Bradford Interchange – services to and from Low Moor
- Bradford Forster Square – half-hourly to hourly services going to Frizinghall, Shipley, Baildon, Menston, Burley-in-Wharfedale, Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, Saltaire, Bingley, Crossflatts, Keighley, Steeton and Silsden, Cononley and Skipton during peak times.
At off-peak times, services are every hour.
- Shipley – change here if travelling to and from Settle, Gargrave, Hellifield, Long Preston, Giggleswick, Clapham, Bentham, Ribblehead and Horton-in-Ribblesdale
The Hub building
Guardian House has parking for up to 30 vehicles in a car park to the side. The building itself has a reception area with a tablet for signing in and out, step-free access, an accessible toilet and several meeting rooms.
A visual guide to the Hub can be downloaded as a PDF by clicking on the button below.