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The Church at Havant:

  Havant Church
  North Street
  Havant 
  PO9 1PP 

By Rail:
Havant Station is 150 metres from the Church and is served by mainline routes from Portsmouth, Southampton, Brighton and London Victoria / Waterloo.

By Bus:
Havant Bus Station is 100 metres from the Church in Elm Lane.

By Road: 
Havant United Reformed Church is on the corner of North Street and Elm Lane in the centre of Havant.

Car parking is available as follows: 
 - There is one disabled parking space directly outside the church in North Street, and some local on-road parking which is short term before 6:00 pm. 
This is free. 
 - Meridian multi-storey car park in Elm Lane opposite the church foyer entrance. This is open during shopping hours only, after which it is locked. 
This is normally chargeable, but free on Sundays. 
  
 - Prince George's Street car park. Short term parking before 6:00 pm.
This is free after 6:00 pm and free all day on Sundays. Useful for evening meetings. 
 - Railway station car park in Waterloo Road for longer term parking. 
This is chargeable. Useful for longer parking on Saturdays.
 - There is a private car park in North Street near the station for short and long term parking.
This is open at all times, and chargeable at all times.  
 


The Church at Emsworth:

 Emsworth Church
 Bath Road
 Emsworth  
 PO10 7EP 

By Rail:

Emsworth Station is 600 metres from the Church and is served by routes from Portsmouth, Southampton, Brighton and London Victoria.

By Bus:
There are bus stops directly by the church, on either side of Havant Road. 

By Road: 
Emsworth United Reformed Church is on the corner of Bath Road and Havant Road, by the Slipper Pond in Emsworth.

Car parking is available as follows: 
 - There is some parking available at the church car park, adjacent to the church. 
 
 - There is a free public park in Bridge Road, directly across Havant Road from the church.      
 - There is a limited amount of on road parking in Bridge Road.    
 - There are other chargeable car parks in Emsworth, a short walk from the church.