transport:

To Harrow-on-the-Hill,London HA2,

To London Bridge, SE1 

and ,

To Exeter EX4

All are central & easy to reach by public transport.

For London Bridge and Borough,SE1:

ByTrain : trains from Gatwick Airport, Ashfod Int'l, Brighton, Bedford, King's Cross and Charing Cross Stations.  

Underground-Jubilee and Northern lines. London Bridge( Borough exit).

By Bus: Borough High St. is served by bus routes: 21, 35, 40, 133 & 343.

By Car: Parking can sometimes be found in Snowfields, near Guy's Hospital. The area is in the congestion zone.

For more information see below or log on to transport www.tfl.gov.uk

For Harrow, HA2

Underground: Metropolitan ( to Harrow) & Piccadilly ( to Sth Harrow) lines

Rail: Chiltern Railway to Harrow-on-the-Hill station.

Bus: 258, 487, H12, 114, 140, H10/H9. The bus stops are very close to the practice. The H17 bus stop is 5 minutes walk, down the hill.   

Piccadilly line to South Harrow, followed by approximately 6 minute walk or the Metropolitan line to Harrow on the Hill, followed by a 10-15 minute walk or by bus, which stops very close by. The same applies to Chiltern Railway (Marylebone to Harrow -19 minutes), from Marylebone to Aylesbury via Harrow and The Chalfonts.

There are several bus services: the 258 from Watford/Bushey;114 from Burnt Oak via Ruislip and Harrow Station; 487 from Harlesden; H12 from Stanmore; 140 from Harlington/ Yeading and the H10/9. The H17 from Wembley to Harrow stops by Harrow School, which is about 5 minutes walk down the hill.        

By Car. There is free parking in adjoining roads or at the nearby retail park.

For Exeter-EX4-  In Gandy Street, close to the Cathedral and the High Street and within walking distance from Central Station, St David's Station and served by several buses. 

All are at easy walking distance from an assortment of restaurants and cafés

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