From Colchester North station, you can either walk (about 20mins) or take a bus from the stop in North Station Road, under the rail bridge and across the road, next to Wickes builders merchants. All services from this stop go to the junction of High Street and Head Street, from where it is a two minute walk to the meeting house.
There is also a Park and Ride bus service from the railway station (not on Sundays).
There is a branch of the Halifax opposite the corner of Church Street with Head Street and a restaurant called "Hudsons" on the corner.
From Colchester Town station, it is easy to walk via Osborne Street and Saint John's Street. Trains to Colchester Town station are less frequent than those on the main line and do not run on Sundays.
If you are coming by road, please note the one-way systems denoted by arrows on the map. Car parking on-site is very limited, especially on weekdays. The best public car park is Saint Mary's on Balkerne Hill. This is only accessible from the north-bound side of the dual carriageway.
Cycle locking facilities are available opposite the Meeting House.
You can view a more flexible map display of the area using this link to the Streetmap UK Website, or to the Google Maps website. It is best to print their maps while you are online if required, as they may not save correctly as files.
If you are using a SATNAV, enter our address (6 Church Street) and postcode (CO1 1NF) as there are several Church Streets around Colchester
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