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About Sadberge

GETTING TO SADBERGE

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Sadberge lies just to the north of the A66 between Darlington and Stockton.

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Road
For people with cars, Sadberge has excellent road connections to both local and national destinations.  The A66 dual carriageway runs just south of the village, making it very easy to drive west to Darlington or east to Middlesbrough, Stockton-on-Tees and the Teesside industrial areas.  The A1(M), the main north-south road in the north-east of England, is a short distance away to the west of Darlington.
 
Rail and Air
Sadberge is also very conveniently situated for travel by rail and by air.
>>   Darlington railway station, 5.7 miles away, is on the East Coast Main Line railway.  The journey time to London is about 2 hours 40 minutes.  For train times on the East Coast main line, visit the East Coast Trains web site.
>> Durham Tees Valley international airport is less than five miles from Sadberge.  There are regular flights to the main hub airports of Heathrow and Amsterdam and also flights to a range of other destinations.
 
Bus
As of July 2012, there are two bus services through Sadberge.  Both are run by Scarlet Band Motor Services.  However, please note that these services are going to be withdrawn at the end of 2012.
>>   The #17 comes out of Darlington to Sadberge via Whinbush Way (Asda), and then does a loop around Little Stainton, Bishopton, Redmarshall, Stillington and Great Stainton before returning through Sadberge to Darlington Town Centre.
>> The #18 shuttles backwards and forwards between Darlington Town Centre and Sadberge, going via Morton Park (Morrisons) and Middleton St. George.
Buses run between about 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. from Monday to Saturday.  There are no buses through Sadberge during evenings or on Sundays.
Click on this link to see the bus timetable (PDF format).