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Created on: 18th June 2019

Here you will find information about getting to our churches in Shrewsbury and Telford. With the exception of the first Sunday of the month, all of our services are in Shrewsbury.

Shrewsbury Parish

The Greek Orthodox Church of the Holy Fathers of Nicaea and St. John the Baptist
Dove Close,
Shrewsbury,
SY2 6FB

By Car

The church is easily accessible from either the A5 Emstrey roundabout or the A5 Bayston Hill Roundabout.
From Bayston Hill roundabout take the A5112 towards Shrewsbury, go straight over the first roundabout and take the last (fourth) exit off the Meole Brace roundabout onto Oteley Road. The church is signposted on the left hand side.
From the Emstrey roundabout take the B4380. Go straight over the next two roundabouts and join Oteley Road. The church is signposted on the right hand side.
Park in the lane indicated by the signpost and walk along the footpath and down to Dove Close turning right towards the church.
If there is no available parking in the lane park safely on Melrose Drive, Sutton Road.
For accessible access please drive to the church and drop passengers off and park elsewhere.

By Public Transport

The closest railway station is Shrewsbury. From Shrewsbury railway station walk to the bus station (four minutes) on Smithfield Road. Take Bus 8 from Stand C to Sutton Farm Shops and walk to the church (eleven minutes) by continuing south along Sutton Road, turning right onto Oteley Road and turning right again where indicated by the brown tourist sign. NB no buses operate on a Sunday

Parking

There is no parking for visitors to the church in Dove Close. There is also limited parking outside the church except for disabled accessible parking. Please be respectful of our neighbours and do not obstruct driveways.

Telford Parish

St. Nicholas’ Serbian Orthodox Church,
Barclay Court, off Wellington Road,
Donnington, Telford,
Shropshire TF2 8AN

By Car

By Train

Telford train directions

Parking

Telford Parking Instructions

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