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Directions to St Katharine’s Parmoor

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St Katharine’s
Parmoor
Frieth
Henley-on-Thames
RG9 6NN

By Road

From M40 (Junction 4)
Follow signs for Aylesbury A4010 in 0.2 miles at roundabout take second exit, in 0.3 miles at roundabout take second exit.  At the next roundabout take first exit, signposted Lane End. In 0.4 miles go straight on at mini-roundabout. Drive over motorway, Wycombe Air Park on your right hand side.  At T-junction turn right onto Marlow Road – B482.  You are entering ‘Lane End’, drive up through the village passing North’s Garage on your right hand side, after the garage turn left onto Church Road, signposted Frieth & Hambleden. Continue on the road into Frieth, drive through the village, at the top bear left onto ‘Parmoor Lane’.  This is a narrow lane and St Katharine’s is ½ mile along on the right with a blue ‘St Katharine’s Parmoor’ sign indicating the entrance.

From M40 (Junction 5)
Turn onto A40 signposted Stokenchurch and High Wycombe, after about 1 mile turn right onto B482 (Marlow Road) sign posted Cadmore End/Lane End.  Go straight on through Cadmore End, into Lane End.  Just after the Village Hall on your right hand side and the post office on your left, turn right onto Church Road, sign posted Frieth/Hambleden.  Continue on the road into Frieth, drive through the village, at the top bear left onto ‘Parmoor Lane’.  This is a narrow lane and St Katharine’s is ½ mile along on the right with a blue ‘St Katharine’s Parmoor’ sign indicating the entrance.

From M4 (Junction 8/9)
Leave motorway, take the second exit sign posted High Wycombe/Marlow and head towards Bisham Roundabout.  When you reach the roundabout take the second exit towards High Wycombe,  when you reach the Handy Cross (M40) roundabout follow directions as above from M40 (Junction 4)

By Train & Taxi

The nearest train stations are High Wycombe and Henley-on Thames.

Information for London-based Clients:

St Katharine’s is only a 40 minute journey away from Marylebone

The average journey time between London Marylebone and High Wycombe is 30 minutes. The fastest journey time is 23 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 120 trains per day travelling from London Marylebone to High Wycombe. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays.

If you take the Birmingham train from Marylebone to High Wycombe the journey is only 23 minutes as the first stop is High Wycombe (make sure you check this).

The station is approximately 7 miles from St. Katharine’s.  A taxi ride takes just under 20 minutes.

A return taxi can be arranged for you at the end of your session.

Henley-on-Thames is served by First Great Western Railways, originating from Paddington Station in London. The station is approximately 6.5 miles from St. Katharine’s. A taxi ride takes about 20 minutes.