We meet in the groundfloor room of Antioch House, which is in the centre of the city opposite St. Margarets Church (click for google map). Only about five minutes walk from the bus and railway stations, Durham also has several Park & Ride carparks on the outskirts of the city. See below for more information.

Local Map

Antioch House is easy to reach from the Railway Station or the Bus Station (both marked on the map). By road, it is most convenient to use the Park and Ride car-parks signposted from the A.690 from the direction of Sunderland and the A1(M) and from the A.167 from both north and south approaches to the city.

Disabled access

The branch meets on the ground floor so there are no stairs to climb. There is, however, no special disabled access available, and there is quite a steep slope from the town to the front door of Antioch House.


Parking in Durham is not easy, but there are several central car parks, and, perhaps more usefully, Park & Rides –

  • At the Carrville roundabout to the North
  • On South Road by the Botanic Gardens to the South
  • On the A690 from Lanchester to the West.
Last updated 12 August 2020