Travelling to Kingston
Travel by Train
Waterloo to Kingston – 28 minutes (19 minutes from Clapham Junction). Then 5 minutes walk to All Saints.
Waterloo to Surbiton – 15 minutes (10 minutes from Clapham Junction). Then take a bus from the stop beside Waitrose. All the buses except the K1 go direct to Kingston town centre – but the best is the 281, which takes you right to All Saints Church, opposite John Lewis’s. There are taxi ranks at Surbiton, and opposite All Saints.
Kingston is served by multiple buses from all directions. Many stop immediately outside All Saints, which is beside John Lewis’s. Others go to Cromwell Road or Fairfield bus stations – the church is then a 5 minute walk from either.
Disabled parking bays (Blue Badge holders) are in Thames Street, Union Street and Bishop’s Hall. Parking at the Rose, Fairfield and St James car parks. All Saints is a few minutes’ walk from any of them. If you are not familiar with Kingston’s famous one way system, allow an extra 20 minutes (emergency rations and distress flare also recommended).
From Heathrow, the X26 express bus to Croydon stops across the road from All Saints. From Terminal 5, you are best to take the Tube to Hatton Cross then change to the X26 (approx 25-30 minutes), or 285 (approx 50 minutes).
From Gatwick, train to Clapham Junction, then change for Kingston or Surbiton (approx 1 hour).