How to get to the Friends Meeting House (pictured above)
25 Clarendon Street
Phone 0115 947 3482
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By public transport
The Friends Meeting House is very near the city centre. Nottingham Trent University tram stop is nearby in Goldsmith Street (see map). The trams display and speak the name of each stop as they approach it. Tram timetable and fare information is available here.
Many bus stops are also nearby. Public transport information is available from the Traveline website.
From the Railway Station or Broadmarsh Bus Station
Take any tram from Station Street near the railway station to Nottingham Trent University tram stop (see above).
From Victoria Bus Station
The Friends Meeting House is 15 minutes' walk from Victoria Bus Station, via Shakespeare Street. Alternatively, buses such as the Two and Rainbow 1 leave from Victoria Bus Station and stop on Derby Road next to the Cathedral, a five-minute walk from the Meeting House. Public transport information is available from the Traveline website.
From the south and west you have to go through Canning Circus (see map). As you leave Canning Circus, going east, fork left into Talbot Street and left at the next traffic lights into Clarendon Street.
From the north and east reach Clarendon Street from Peel Street or Waverley Street.
Goldsmith Street is for trams only.
The Meeting House is in a restricted zone (everyday including Sundays, from 8am to 8pm) with pay and display areas. Maximum time is 2 hours.
Parking on Sundays outside the Meeting House on Clarendon Street (or elsewhere in Zone 1) between 10am and 6pm will cost £1 for 2 hours (the maximum allowed). Parking on Peel Street and adjacent roads (in Zone 3) will cost £1 on Sundays (covering 10am to 6pm), but do check the expiry time on your ticket! Parking from 8am to 10am or from 6pm to 8pm on Sundays costs 50p.
In both zones, weekday evening parking from 6pm to 8pm will be £1. After 8pm parking remains free. Traffic wardens are very active, even on Sundays, and will give tickets for cars parked not in designated parking places; or without a valid displayed parking receipt; or for feeding meters; or parking in disabled areas without displaying a 'disabled' badge.
Beware! many 'Residents Only' spaces, throughout Nottingham, have had their restriction extended to include Sundays.
There are multi-story car parks nearby: they are expensive - typically £2.80 for the first 2 hours and £1.50/hour after that.
Park and Ride - For visitors who are coming for more than a short period there are good Park and Ride facilities provided by the Tram. Parking is free for tram users.
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Last modified: May 2013