Lancaster Priory Church is a Grade 1 listed building, located on a site which has seen Christian worship since Saxon times.
It is of huge historical and archaeological importance and is one of the most frequently visited parish churches in the North West. Lancaster Priory is the Mother Church of the City of Lancaster, and it is well known and respected throughout Lancashire and beyond as a place of excellence for its music tradition.
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By train Saffron Hall is located 1.5 miles from Audley End Station. The theatre runs a free minibus from the station to the hall for ETO events. You can hop on anytime from an hour before the show; return trips run to the station for an hour after the performance. The minibus is branded ‘Saffron Walden County High School’. You’ll find it as you exit the station, opposite the taxi rank and in (or next to) the ‘Daily Parking’ area. We’d recommend taking the minibus or a taxi from the station, as the route passes unlit and unpaved country roads.
Parking Saffron Hall has over 400 car parking spaces on site, including dedicated parking spaces for wheelchair guests and Blue Badge holders.
By car The Cathedral is at the heart of Blackburn Town Centre and surrounded by convenient on-street car parks. Sat Nav users should use postcode BB1 5AA.
By bus From Blackburn Bus Station walk along Ainsworth Street alongside The Market. Cross the road towards the train station onto Railway Road and the Cathedral is on the right.
By train From the main train station, walk towards the town centre and the Cathedral is just beyond Cathedral Quarter.
Firth Hall is located within the stunning Edwardian Firth Court at the heart of Sheffield University's central campus.
You can catch the Supertram to the campus from the railway station and the city centre. Both the blue route to Malin Bridge and the yellow route to Middlewood stop at West Street and at the University.
Durham Road Carpark is in close proximity to the venue and is operated by Q-Park.
Exeter is easily accessible via the M5, A30 and A38. There is no visitor parking at the Cathedral. For details about parking in Exeter, contact Exeter City Council (see the Parking sections of www.exeter.gov.uk or telephone 01392 265405).
Visitors arriving by train should alight at Great Malvern Station (and not Malvern Link Station).
Great Malvern Priory is a 10 minutes walk from Great Malvern Station. Come out of the station and turn left onto Avenue road at the top of the car park. Walk up Avenue Road, turn left on to Church Street and turn left on to Church Street.
Local bus services stopping on Church Street are run by First Group, who run routes to and from nearby towns and villages as well as to Worcester City and Hereford. To plan your journey, please click here to use the journey planner on the First Worcestershire website.
There are a number of car parks within easy walking distance of the priory These are indicated on the map above. The long-stay car park in Priory Road is particularly recommended (co-ordinates N52 06.576; W002 19.443).