Location

By road from the M5 south

Leave at Junction 16, taking the A38 north for approximately six miles. At the third set of traffic lights, next to the Alveston House Hotel and Berkeley Motors, turn left, taking the B4061 into Thornbury. Follow the B4061 down the hill, over the mini roundabout and through Thornbury High Street, where parking is available either in Castle Court car park, or ‘on-street’ in the bays provided. Alternatively take the second exit on the first mini roundabout before entering the High Street and the first exits on the following two mini roundabouts. It is then possible to turn left into Chapel Street and then right into St Mary Street to access the St Mary Street car park. The other option is to pass the entrance to Chapel Street and turn right into Bath Road, which will bring you to the entrance of Rock Street car park on the left.

By road from London and Heathrow, via the M4

Leave at Junction 20, taking the M5 south on the slip road (keep left) – Thornbury will be seen on the signpost. Take the A38 north for approximately six miles. At the third set of traffic lights, next to the Alveston House Hotel and Berkeley Motors, turn left, taking the B4061 into Thornbury. Follow the B4061 down the hill, over the mini roundabout and through Thornbury High Street, where parking is available either in Castle Court car park, or ‘on-street’ in the bays provided. Alternatively take the second exit on the first mini roundabout before entering the High Street and the first exits on the following two mini roundabouts. It is then possible to turn left into Chapel Street and then right into St Mary Street to access the St Mary Street car park. The other option is to pass the entrance to Chapel Street and turn right into Bath Road, which will bring you to the entrance of Rock Street car park on the left.

By road from Wales via the M48

Leave at Junction 1, following the signs for Thornbury for approximately six miles until you see The Ship Hotel in front of you. Turn left onto the B4061 into Thornbury. Follow the B4061 down the hill, over the mini roundabout and through Thornbury High Street, where parking is available either in Castle Court car park, or ‘on-street’ in the bays provided. Alternatively take the second exit on the first mini roundabout before entering the High Street and the first exits on the following two mini roundabouts. It is then possible to turn left into Chapel Street and then right into St Mary Street to access the St Mary Street car park. Another option is to pass the entrance to Chapel Street and turn right into Bath Road, which will bring you to the entrance of Rock Street car park on the left.

By road from the M5 north

Leave at Junction 14, taking the A38 south for approximately two miles. Turn right onto the B4061, into Thornbury. Continue on the B4061 and follow it until you reach a mini roundabout, where you will see the Royal George public house on the right. Taking the second exit on the mini roundabout will take you past ‘The Pump’ monument on your right and into Thornbury High Street, where parking is available in Castle Court car park, or ‘on-street’ in the bays provided. Alternatively you can choose to take the first exit on the mini roundabout, which will take you into Quaker Lane, and then Rock Street, where shortly after the pelican crossing the entrance to Bath Road and Rock Street car park can be found. Alternatively it is possible to pass the entrance to Bath Road, but choose to turn left into Chapel Street and then right into St Mary Street to access the St Mary Street car park.

By train

The journey from London Paddington to Bristol Parkway takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. There are taxis outside the station, with a journey time of approximately 20 minutes to Thornbury Town Centre.

By bus

Please visit Traveline South West to plan your journey to the St Mary Centre. From here you can easily enter your starting point and preferred travelling times and receive up-to-date information on local bus services.

By bicycle

The St Mary Centre has two separate cycle parking areas, where bicycles can be locked to metal cycle stands. One of these is located near to the entrance of Aldi, and the other at the northern end of the pedestrian section of St Mary Street. Dismounted bicycles can also be pushed through the St Mary Centre.
The St Mary Centre is also on Route 410, otherwise popularly known as the Avon Cycleway. Route 410, also links to other popular national cycle routes. You can find out more by visiting the Avon Cycleway website.

Sat Nav

BS35 2AD

Grid Reference

X (Easting) 363737
Y (Northing) 190122

Contact Us

St Mary Centre,
Management Office,
8 Quaker Lane,
Thornbury,
South Glos,
BS35 2AD

Tel: 01454 888822
Email: info@stmarycentrethornbury.co.uk

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