The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre is located opposite the Ageas Bowl’s East Gate – upon entry to the ground, drive past the turnstiles and follow the road up and over the hill until you see the clinic on your right (Car Park 6).
The clinic has ample free parking, changing rooms with a shower and has full access for disabled users.
Complimentary tea, coffee and Wi-Fi is also provided for your comfort and enjoyment.
For information on getting to the Ageas Bowl itself, please see below.
Ageas Bowl on Foot
If walking to The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre, please make your way along Botley Road until you reach Marshall Drive and the giant set of cricket stumps.
Please then walk up Marshall Drive, head straight over the roundabout, continue up and over the hill past the turnstiles and Matchday Ticket Office on your left until you see The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre on your right.
Ageas Bowl by Bus/Train
Hedge End train station is less than 2 miles away, approximately a 35 minute walk from The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre.
If you don’t fancy walking or jumping in a taxi from the station you can catch the First Bus No. 8 (see below). Hedge End station is located on the Portsmouth Solent Line.
Southampton Airport Parkway station is approximately 3.5 miles from The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre and services the Waterloo to Weymouth South West Main Line.
The Xelabus X4 then services the Ageas Bowl from the train station (see below).
For all National Rail Enquiries please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 03457 484 950.
First Bus No. 8 service connects the Ageas Bowl with Hedge End train station, Southampton Civic Centre or Southampton City Centre.
To view a timetable for this service, please visit www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/hampshire or telephone 08712 002 233.
The Xelabus X4 service links Southampton Airport Parkway station with the Ageas Bowl.
The bus stop can be found directly outside the entrance to the station building on platform 1 and drops off on Botley Road.
For more information please visit www.xelabus.info or telephone 02380 644715.
Ageas Bowl by Road
The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre is just 1.2 miles from the M27, Junction 7. When exiting the motorway please follow signs for the Ageas Bowl.
When arriving at the Ageas Bowl please continue to drive up and over the hill, passing the turnstiles and Matchday Ticket Office on your left until you see The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre and its car park on your right. If you pass the Nursery cricket pitch on your right, you have gone too far!
The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre offers complimentary parking for its clients.
Ageas Bowl on Bike
The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre provides a free bicycle storage facility.
Ageas Bowl from Abroad
Southampton Airport is the closest airport to the Ageas Bowl, situated just 3.5 miles away. Upon arrival you can take the short trip on the First Bus No. 8 or catch a taxi.
Gatwick Airport is situated 90 miles from the Ageas Bowl and is the closest airport for long haul flights. Once landed there are a number of ways to travel to the venue, please visit www.gatwickairport.com/to-and-from for more information.
Anyone and everyone can come to The Hampshire Wellbeing Centre and you do not need a referral. The majority of our clients pay for their own treatment but we are also registered with all the major health insurance companies, including BUPA, AXA-PPP, Vitality, AVIVA, WPA and Simply Health.
If you are unsure if we can help then please do call or e-mail and we will be more than happy to discuss you individual problem with you free of charge. Our broad team of specialists are able to deal with a wide range of ailments, injuries and issues.
We have a team of specialists that cover every aspect of the body, you can therefore be seen by an expert for your specific problem. We also pride ourselves on being practitioners of current best practice meaning your treatment will always be in line with current best clinical evidence and research.
More than 80% of our clients get better in less than four sessions, but every case is different and your individual case and expected recovery time will be discussed with you during your initial assessment.
If the problems are not related (i.e. shoulder pain and knee pain), it might be suggested that you have longer follow up appointment to enable us the time to properly address all your issues. If this is the case, this will be discussed with you before or during your initial assessment.
Yes, there are ten parking bays (including disabled bays) adjacent to the clinic.
Yes, the centre is equipped with both changing and showering facilities for your convenience.
When you arrive, ahead of your appointment, you will be welcomed into our waiting area where you can enjoy complimentary hot and cold beverages, WiFi and TV.
Yes, you are more than welcome to bring a friend or family member into your appointment. Our consultation rooms are equipped with additional seating to cater for this.
If we haven't been able to answer your query, please do not hesitate to contact the centre directly via 02380 475637 or firstname.lastname@example.org.