LANDSCAPE WITH ANGELS:
GETTING THERE

Please refer to the Chaplaincy and Christ Church links for other details:

http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/chch/history/index.html
http://www.catholic-chaplaincy.org.uk/how_to_find_us.html

 

By car

If you are travelling by car, it is easiest to approach from the south, entering Oxford along the Abingdon Road over Folly Bridge and turning immediately left towards the Railway station, on the way to which you will see a sign to a multi-story carpark.

PARKING is extremely difficult in Oxford.  Unless you have a disabled sticker you cannot park on the yellow lines in St Aldates outside Christ Church or the Chaplaincy.  Paid multi-story parking is available at least ten minutes' walk away.  Alternatively you could leave your car at the Rail Station in the long-term parking section for 3 a day.  Free parking is available further out at Park and Ride beside the Ring Road at the various points of entry to the City, for example at the end of the Abingdon Road which takes you into Christ Church.  You are encouraged to leave your car there and take a bus into St Aldates.  We are sorry for any inconvenience

 

By Train

Thames Trains is the local train company, running most of the services from Oxford to London.
The National Rail website provides timetables and information on all railway services in the UK.
The Oxford Bus Company runs buses 2A/2B, 6/A and 14. Timetables are available on their website.
Stagecoach operates service 20 from the station. Timetables are available on their website.

 

By coach

Coaches arrive at Gloucester Green bus station. There are regular direct services from London, Heathrow airport, Gatwick airport, and Cambridge. There are also less frequent services from Stansted airport, and many other destinations.

The Oxford Express operates various express coaches from London to Oxford.
The Oxford Tube also operates a frequent service between London and Oxford.
The cheapest option! From 1 each way, but must be booked in advance on the internet.

See also: http://web.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oxinfo/timetables/ and for a wider range of information: http://www.dailyinfo.co.uk/