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Directions:St George's Bristol is located in Bristol's West End, just off Park Street. The building is a former church building, situated on the side of a hill. Access is via Great George Street (Box Office entrance), or Charlotte Street (top entrance, dedicated disabled access). Park Street and the adjoining Queens Road and Triangle areas offer a thriving commercial environment near to the University, with an eclectic mix of fashion shops, cafes and restaurants. From the M4 Exit at J19, taking the M32 into Bristol. Stay on the M32 until the end (Newfoundland Street), keeping in the 2nd lane from the right. At the traffic lights follow the road right into Bond Street and move into the middle lane (next to the bus lane). Take 1st exit from roundabout (Debenhams and House of Fraser will be on your left) and follow the main road until you get to Colston Avenue/City Centre. Once on the centre, get into the right lane, following signs to Park Street. You will pass the Hippodrome on your right. Go up the short hill (the Marriott Royal Hotel, College Green and Bristol Cathedral will be on your left), and once on Park Street (steep hill, with shops either side), turn off at the 2nd road on the left, called Great George Street. It is signposted 'St George's Bristol'. St George's Bristol is a former church which you will find on your right, with steep steps leading up to the column lined front. From the A4/A37Stay on the A37 passing Bristol Temple Meads railway station on your right, and follow the dual carriageway towards the city centre. At St James Barton roundabout, go straight across (either by taking the second exit at the roundabout, or by taking the underpass beneath it). At the traffic lights follow the road straight ahead (keeping the shops on your left) staying in the middle lane, next to the bus lane. From the M5 If travelling from the North, take the M4 from the interchange, and come into Bristol on the M32 as above. If travelling from the South, come off at Gordano Services, following signs to Clifton/Bristol. As you near the city, take the left turning via the Clifton Suspension Bridge (You will need 30p in silver coins). Once over the bridge, turn right at the first mini-roundabout, and take the first turning left after the zebra-crossing (Merchant Road). Follow this road until you reach the one-way system (you will see Habitat opposite you). Follow the system past the front of the shops and stay in the middle lane, forking right into Park Street at the third set of traffic lights. Once descending Park Street, take the second right into Great George Street. It is signposted 'St George's Bristol'. From the A38Stay on the A38 through Bedminster, and towards the City Centre. When you reach Bedminster Bridge roundabout (with the River Avon running beneath it), take the 4th exit into Clarence Road (A370). At the next roundabout turn left, passing Bristol Temple Meads railway station on your right. Follow directions from A4/A37 above. Bus ServicesSt George’s Bristol is served by frequent bus services from Temple Meads rail station: 1, 8, 8A, 9, 9A Taxi ServicesTaxis are numerous in the area and there are taxi ranks located on Park Street, Queen's Road near Sainsbury's (Dingles) and St Augustine's Parade (outside Bristol Hippodrome). ParkingCustomers are reminded that on-street parking is strictly controlled. The nearest car parks are located on Trenchard Street, West End, Brandon Street, College Street and Frog Lane.
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