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• How To Find Us •


We are situated just outside of Bath, in the Radstock area. We are between Westfield and Midsomer Norton, on Norton Hill, in a quiet tucked away location on the Nightingale Estate. If you haven't visited before, the information below should be helpful.
How to reach Mardons Sports and Social Club map


We are tricky find - we look like part of the housing estate. Follow the main road all the way through the Nightingale Estale (Nightingale Way) which is opposite Norton Hill School. On your left there will be a green public area, a sat nav should get you to this point, beyond the green is the social club, you should be able to see us. Take a look at the video to follow the route from Charlton Road to our front door. Please check out the parking information below.


There is also access to the club through via the Old Pit Road (generally known as Coate's Road) which can be accessed from the main A367 Fosse Way or by Longfellow Road via Keats Road.

Where you can park at Mardons Social Club )and where you can't park)

If you are driving to us at Mardons and need to park, we have a number of allocated parking spaces. As you reach the road running directly in front of the club, you can turn immediately left and park in our designated spaces which are in front of the nursery. Alternatively, continue past the first row of houses and then turn left into Mardons Close. It's easy to miss is but we have signage throughout the estate and on the entrance to this side road. Mardons Close leads you into our main car park and to our front door.

Please take note of the parking spaces allocated to us when you visit Mardons. Club visitors are asked to park only in the spaces coloured Red and Gold as indicated on the diagram above.Our parking spaces are clearly marked 'Community Building' and can be used only by visitors to the social club or nursery. Please do not park on the spaces marked as 'PRIVATE' in the avove diagram, these belong to residents and may not be used.

If you find yourself having to park on the estate, please do not obstruct any access, do not double park in narrow roads and always park carefully and with consideration for our neighbours. Please drive safely through the estate, and be aware there are often young children playing in the area.