The church has a small car park with 6 spaces, and there’s a fair amount of on-road parking around. Most of the parking is for resident permit holders or pay-and-display, but this usually does not apply on weekends or after 4pm on weekdays. Central Road (A239) is off the London Road (A24) and Morden Hall Road (A295).
The 93 and 80 stops on London Road (stop MC) and is a 10 minutes walk. The 164, 157, 118, 201 stops at Morden Hall Road (stop P, R) and is a similar distance walk. The 470 bus stops at the Willows (stop B, C) on Central Road but not on Sunday.
The nearest tube station is Morden, at the end of the Northern line. It is about a 15 minute walk to St George’s. Cross the road to KFC, go down Aberconway Road, past Lidl. Take a right on to Morden Hall Road. At the large roundabout, turn down Central Road and St George’s is on the right.
St Helier is the nearest train station, which runs Southern link and Thameslink trains. It is a 10 minute walk from St George’s. Take a left onto Green Lane and then right on to Central Road. St George’s Church is on the left, after the Sainbury’s Local.
There is flat access to the church and hall through the central link door. The building has a disabled toilet with baby changing area, and a loop fitted in the church for hearing aids. Large print service materials can be made available if requested in advance.