At the junction of Wimpole Street and Wigmore Street you’ll see a Pret a Manger. We’re on the other side of the road from Pret, about three doors up
At the top of Snow Hill, at its junction with Holborn Viaduct, you will see a set of red iron gates in front of a church. Snow Hill Court itself is tucked behind the church. So come through the gates, turn left into the courtyard, and Snow Hill Court is this building right in front of you.
From the Bus Station
From the Bus Station on Emmanuel St/Drummer St head east, turning onto Parker St. There is a mini around which you will pass. The road name will change to Parkside. There will be a big open green, known as Parker’s Piece to your right. Continue straight on until you reach the crossroad with Gonville Place and East Road. Cross straight over on onto Mill Road and continue walking for approx.. 20 minutes / 0.7 miles. You will have to cross a railway bridge. St Philip’s Church Centre will be on your left, between Catherine St and Thoday St. If you reach the junction with Coleridge Road on your right you have gone too far.
From the Train Station
From exiting the Train Station turn right and walk across the station carpark. Follow the footpath out onto Devonshire Road. Carrying on straight, down Devonshire Road until it ends. Turn left onto Mill Road and cross the railway bridge. Carry on for approx. 5/10 minutes / 0.3 miles. St Philip’s Church Centre will be on your left, between Catherine St and Thoday St. If you reach the junction with Coleridge Road on your right you have gone too far.
From the A14
From the A14 by car, come off at Junction 35 and take the exit for Cambridge, heading down the A1303. Go straight over the first roundabout and at the second take the first exit onto Barnwell Road / A1134. Continue on this road and go straight over the next roundabout. Turn right at the next set of traffic lights on Brookfields. Brookfields turn into Mill Road. Continue down it to St Philip’s Church Centre, which will be on your right, between Thoday St and Catherine St. If you reach the railway bridge you have gone too far.