Since 1987 Atomwide has provided IT and ICT solutions for UK schools, Local Authorities and Regional Broadband Consortia (RBCs) as well as a range of other establishments nationwide. Now a company of over 50 experienced staff, Atomwide is a fast moving, successful, growing and customer focused driven business.
Serving the Education Sector
Atomwide has over 30 years' experience developing IT products that help schools increase efficiencies, save money and reduce hassle.Find out more
London Grid for Learning / TRUSTnet
LGfL / TRUSTnet
Atomwide is the chief technical partner to LGfL / TRUSTnet. Together we provide cost-effective broadband and IT services to schools across the UK.Find out more
The Private Sector
Not just for schools, many of Atomwide's products and services can be tailored to meet the needs of any organisation.Find out more
Some years ago Cleo, our valued colleague and office cat walked through an ink pad on one of her rounds. She proceeded to walk across a series of invoices leaving her paws imprinted upon them, and so our paw print logo was born. Though Cleo is no longer with us we are delighted that she lives on as part of the companies culture reminding us we started as a small, social, responsive, customer focused business - with a company cat and we should keep the same ethos however large we have grown and however many schools we help each day.
- Address: Atomwide Ltd, Unit 2-3, Ravensquay Business Centre, Cray Avenue, Orpington, Kent, BR5 4BQ
- Telephone: 01689 814700
- Fax: 01689 814701
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For any support related queries please contact our Service Desk:
- Raise a case: support.atomwide.com
- Educational support line: 01689 814777
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We are located on the A224 near the junction between Cray Avenue and Poverest Road with easy acces from Junction 3 or 4 of the M25.
Please note that there is limited parking space at Atomwide. If you require on-site parking then a 'limited' number of spaces can be made available by contacting us in advance. Some companies around the area do operate clamping systems so it is best to park in one of the surrounding roads. For additional off-site parking information click here.
If you park in May Avenue, which is to the rear of the units, you will need to enter through a locked gate. Please call us to obtain the access code for the gate once you are there.
The nearest station is St Mary Cray which is roughly a 10 minute walk away. There are direct trains to St Mary Cray from Victoria and on the Bedford line. Turn right when exiting the station, then left after the steps and walk down the hill. At the bottom of the hill turn left (on Lynton Avenue), then left again on Cray Valley Road. When you reach the main road (Cray Avenue) turn right and walk past the Big Yellow Storage company towards the Ravensquay Business Centre (on the right-hand side of the road). Atomwide is located towards the back of the group of units on your right.
Petts Wood station, which is on the Orpington Line, is also near but the last part of your journey from there will need to be completed by bus. Buses R2, R3 and 273 stop just outside the station. For all buses, the best stop to get off is called "Marion Crescent". Turn right after getting off the bus, walk down to the junction with Cray Avenue (main road) and turn left, the left again after a few seconds into Ravensquay Business Centre. Atomwide is located towards the back of the group of units, on your right.
Orpington Station is an option but again, the last part of your journey will need to be completed by bus. Buses R1, R11 and B14 can be found just outside the station. Make sure you go in the direction of St Mary Cray and get off at the "Kent Road" stop. This stop is directly in front of Ravensquay Business Centre, on the same side of road. Go left into the car park and follow the path to the right. Atomwide is located towards the back of the group of units, on your right.
When you arrive, please ring the bell at Unit 3.