Maid Marian Way, in the heart of the city, provides courses in Access to HE, science, health and social care, travel tourism and aviation, computing, ESOL and some photography
Maid Marian Way
Telephone: 0115 9 100 100
Maid Marian Way has its own Food for Thought refectory serving hot and cold food, drinks and snacks.
The library has a range of desktop PCs, laptops, tablets and Surface Books, all equipped with the Microsoft Office Suite and the Internet for use on a drop-in basis, or our PCs are bookable up to three weeks in advance. You can even borrow items such as digital and video cameras, charging cables and headphones!
Free WiFi and WiFi printing is also available throughout our Libraries along with scanning facilities and colour and black and white printers and photocopiers.
There are a range of study spaces across our Libraries, whether you need independent study space, a group working area or quiet/silent study options, we have something that suits your learning style.
Our qualified and experienced staff are on hand to help you with your day-to-day studies, including help with finding information, researching a topic, using the PCs, creating documents and presentations, compiling bibliographies and reference lists. We also demonstrate how you can use and search our range of online resources, in 1-1 or group sessions.
What’s more, we have an extensive collection of online resources available for access 24/7!
There are bus stops a very short walk away, and the site is easily accessible by the majority of Nottingham’s bus routes.
- Nottingham City Transport - All city bus timetables and routes
- Trent Barton - Out of city bus routes
- National Express - for a countrywide bus service.
The Market Square tram stop is about 10 minutes walk from the Maid Marian Way centre.
Nottingham Station is a short walk from us. For further information on train times and operators check online at thetrainline.com
Travelling by car
Staff car parking is available for which there is a charge of £3 per day or £1.50 per half day. There are parking machines on site or you can pay using the Ringo app.
There are a number of multi-storey car parks within a few minute’s walk of the centre. For more information about car parking in Nottingham please visit nottinghamcity.gov.uk/parking