Accessibility

Stockbridge Church welcomes people from all walks of life, which is why our church has fully accessible facilities. Below you will find information on how to get to the church and ways we can help whenever required.

Public Transport Routes

Stockbridge Church is a 16 minute journey from the city centre. We can be reached by bus number 24, or 29 from Frederick Street, a 23 or 27 from The Mound or a 42 from George Street (with an addtional 7 minute walk along Hamilton Place).

Click here for more detail on routes or click the picture below



Parking

For those travelling by car, the church does not have any allocated parking, however there are limited on-street parking spaces in front of the church. Parking is payable between 8.30am and 5.30pm Monday-Saturday at  £2.50ph. Sunday parking is free. Blue badge holders park for free any time.

Access to the building

Stockbridge Church can be accessed through the main front door. For those needing wheelchair assistance, the church is fully accessible by the side door on the north entrance which provides access to all areas. 

Toilets

There is a ground floor fully accessible toilet as well as changing table for parents with babies. Mothers are welcome to use our facilities to breastfeed at any time. 

Hearing loops

For those hard of hearing Church has Hearing Loops installed in the Auditorium and Young Room. 

Assistance dogs

Assistance dogs are always welcome in the church!

Feedback

Stockbridge staff is always ready to provide any help possible, but if there is anything else you think we can do for you - please let us know at events@stockbridgechurch.org.uk