Job Centre: Liskeard
7-9 Church Street,
5 Jobs Found in Liskeard:
|Social Worker | Adults Community | Cornwall||Contract||£23 - £24/hour||View Job description »|
|Support Worker||Permanent, Part Time||£7.92 - £8.25/hour||View Job description »|
|Marketing Analyst||Permanent||£NEG||View Job description »|
|Procurement Manager / Purchasing manager / Senior Buyer||Permanent||£50000 - £60000/annum + Benefits||View Job description »|
|Procurement Manager / Purchasing manager / Senior Buyer||Permanent||£50000 - £70000/annum + Benefits||View Job description »|
Liskeard Jobcentre Plus
If you're arriving into Liskeard by train, then the railway station is around a 15-minute walk away.
From the station, follow the approach road onto the main Station Road. Go right here and carry straight on, passing a park on your right, until you reach a small junction with Windsor Place and Baytree Hill. Go right along Baytree Hill and then continue right along Canon Street. After just a few moments you will see Church Street to your left. Turn down here and you will see Bell House straight away.
Plenty of buses run into Liskeard, providing regular connections with the surrounding towns and villages. Regular services include the 573 from Truro, Polperro and Looe; the 260 from Tavistock and Callington, and the 81 and 81A from Plymouth city centre.
If you are arriving by bus, you should get off in the town centre at the stop for the Liskeard Post Office. From here, with the Post Office on your right, follow Barras Street to the end and turn right down Pike Street. After a couple of minutes you will see Church Lane going off to the left. Turn down here and you will see Bell House.
Travelling by Car
By car, Church Street is just off the B3524 which runs through the centre of the town and connects Liskeard with the main A83. So, follow this B-road into the town centre and then follow the one-way system. This will lead you onto Barras Street from where you can turn onto Pike Street and then Church Lane.
There is some on-street parking on Church Street itself, as well as short-term car parks elsewhere in the town centre.