Venue, and Accessibility

Concerts are held at the United Church of Egham, High Street, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9EX (next to the Red Lion.

Egham is within easy access from Junction 13 of the M25 and off the A30 at the bottom of Egham Hill. It is well signposted as Historic Egham.

The largest car park is within easy walking distance and is behind the Tesco supermarket off Hummer Road, which is off Church Road – walk along the footpath (or through Tesco’s) to the High Street, and turn right to reach United Church on your right .  When the gated part of the High Street is open, there is some on-street parking there, i.e. all day Sunday, and after 4pm on weekdays and Saturday.

There is also underground parking off Church Road, marked Waitrose. There is a lift to the ground floor with access to a ground level route, through a passageway, to the High Street. Once you come to the High Street, you turn left, and will find the church on the opposite side of the road.

There is a main line railway station at Egham (Waterloo to Reading line) within walking distance.

You can find a detailed map of the area from Streetmap here.

Directions to Egham from any location can be obtained from the RAC here.

ACCESSIBILITY

The United Church, High Street, Egham, where we hold our concerts, has easy access for the disabled. It has a ramp at the entrance and wide doors. There is parking outside when the street is open to traffic, which should be the case during all concert hours. Anyone with transport problems, please contact a member of the committee.

Tickets are available at the door, or through WeGotTickets or Eventbrite

To visit WeGotTickets, please click here   logo_b

or to visit  Eventbrite.co.uk please click hereEventbriteIcon03

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