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How to get to us

Park and Ride:

  • Canterbury Park and Ride is a great way to beat city centre congestion.

  • The all-day Park and Ride fee is 3.
  • There are 1,800 spaces available across three sites at New Dover Road, Sturry Road and Wincheap.

  • Buses run approximately every eight minutes, Monday to Saturday from 7am to 7.30pm. For more details visit:
    www.canterbury.gov.uk/parkandride

By rail:

  • Canterbury has two mainline railway stations, East and West. Tickets are always issued to "Canterbury Stations" so you can use either for your journeys.

  • Railcards
    If you have a railcard, you can use it for reduced fares, excluding the 16-25 railcard in the morning peak Friday.

    GroupSave
    GroupSave tickets are available for 3 or 4 people to travel together off-peak for the price of two adults, and can be used from any South Eastern station to and from Canterbury.
    Up to four kids can travel for just 1 each, single or return and under fives can travel for free.

By bicycle or on foot:

  • Canterbury has a network of safe cycle routes.

  • For cycling information contact Spokes on 01227 738 296.

Community Bus Network

  • If you are thinking of bringing a group to The Gathering, please e-mail Sarah Howells at showells@diocant.org for details of mini-bus travel in your area.

Accessibility:

  • We aim to make all activities fully accessible. Please call:
    01227 459 401 if you have any questions.