On foot: The Meeting House is about 3/4 mile from the Railway Station. Go downhill from the station and across the traffic lights, continuing downhill. At the next traffic lights, turn right past the Theatre Royal. Proceed along Jewry Street, until you reach the end. Walk down the pedestrianised High Street to the Broadway. Colebrook Street is to the rear of Abbey Gardens, which are by the King Alfred statue.
By car: Winchester is off the M3, and you can leave by either Junction 9, 10 or 11. Junctions 10 and 11 are best for Park and Ride. There are two main car parks near the Meeting House. Colebrook Street (SO23 9LH) is only a couple of hundred yards away. The current charges are £5.80 for a four hour stay and £15 for over 4 hours. Another useful car park is Chesil Street (SO23 8BL) which is about 10 minutes walk. The car park is on a small road called Barfield Close just off Chesil Street - marked as the B3330 on the map below. At the top of the road is a roundabout - to the left is the Multi-storey car park. Charges are £7.30 for the day.
There are also Park and Ride car parks on the outskirts of Winchester, with buses that bring you to the Broadway, and a maximum charge of £3.50.
Occasionally I may be able to reserve the St Lawrence's Parish Hall car park next to the Quaker Meeting House for our use. Students will be informed if this is available for their class. Parking there would be at your own liability.
Disabled Parking: There is a parking space nearer to the Meeting House for Blue Badge holders. Please check in advance if it is available on the day of your class, and can be reserved for you.