St John’s Church Building (A on the map) is quite well hidden! It’s on a sharp bend half-way up/down Alsagers Bank. If you’re coming by car, try using the postcode ST7 8BQ. If you’re coming up the Bank, you’ll come to Pinewood Nursery, and the entrance to the car park is immediately after it on the left. If you’re coming down the Bank, the turning to the car park is on the right just before the nursery. If you turn right out of the carpark and follow the path along, it’ll lead you up to the gates of the church. Feel free to park in the church car park (unless it blocks in the private driveway), or park on the road itself. There’s access for wheelchairs and buggies along the path that runs by the side of the church building.
St Martin’s Church Building (B on the map) is on the corner of Audley Road and Crown Bank in Talke. If you’re coming by car, try using the postcode ST7 1PU. If you struggle to walk, please feel free to use the parking spaces by the church’s hall's front doors on Crown Bank (although you may be blocked in by others at the service). Otherwise, there’s plenty of on-street parking around, but please be considerate to our neighbours if you’re parking on Crown Bank.
St James Church Building (C on the map) is on Church Street in Audley, at the top of Wilbraham’s Walk, 5 minutes from Junction 16 of the M6. If you’re coming by car, try using the postcode ST7 8DE (although it takes you to the wrong side of the road). Buses run from Newcastle Bus Station and from Hanley. The Church Hall is the building that looks like an old school, just over the road. If you’re coming by car, there’s a free public car park over the road from the church building (this may get full at busy times). Audley Community Centre very generously let us use their car park – try using the postcode ST7 8DH, and please park in the rear car park where possible: directions here. There are also some parking spaces on streets around the church. The front steps might look a bit intimidating, but there’s a path up from the road by Audley Health Centre to a side door that is much easier for wheelchair-users and buggies.