Parking Car

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Parking on Sundays and for other large events

For our morning services, parking is available on site for disabled people, visitors, families with under-5s, people serving on a team that week, cars with 4 or more people, or if you need to bring heavy items. The entrance to the car park is on Highwood Avenue.
9.30 service teams please park in the basement, and 11.30 service teams please park outside (keep right after the gates). 
This will help avoid traffic jams between the services!

If you don’t fit into one of these categories, or if your team is not on duty that week, please park in one of the local car parks, many of which are free on Sundays.
For our 5pm service, parking is available onsite for everyone.
Please do not park in surrounding roads to be considerate to our neigbours.

 

 

A Woodside Park Station 141 spaces     £2* 12 min walk
B Lodge Lane 232 spaces  free 5 min walk
C Stanhope Road   52 spaces   free 7 min walk
D Stanhope Road      32 spaces   free 7 min walk
E Stanhope Road 32 spaces  free 8 min walk
F Castle Road 50 spaces  free 10 min walk
G Woodhouse Road 11 spaces  free 13 min walk

* cashless payment on Sundays

No-parking zone

We have agreed a no-parking zone in surrounding roads in order to be a good neighbour.  Please do not park in the roads shown on the map.
nozone map


Parking for mid-week meetings

Parking is available at St Barnabas for a small number of cars.  The entrance is on Highwood Avenue.
Ask your group leader for the code to the car park (which will not work on Sundays).

You can park either outside or carry on down the ramp into the basement (same code).
There is an entrance into the church from the basement, with a lift to the ground and 1st floors.

Car Share

Why not try Car Sharing? Travel with a friend to church to cut carbon emissions and make your journey more enjoyable.
Or give liftshare a try - a site which matches together drivers and passengers who are travelling the same way. A great way to meet new people and to be environmentally conscious at the same time.