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We are on Gosforth High Street, between West Avenue and Ivy Road.

Apart from Sunday mornings and special events in the Church, the main entrance is through the round building to the left of the Church, through Caffe 1901 and into the Centre.



Lots of buses travel along the High Street, between Newcastle City Centre and destinations to the north (43, 44, 45, X9, X10, X11, X14, X15, X16, X18, X20, X21, X22, X30). The Q3 runs between Great Park and Wallsend, via the Quayside and Jesmond. The 30 and 31 run between Kenton/Fawdon and Slatyford via the City Centre (stopping near Central Station). The 35 goes from Red House Farm to the City Centre. The 54 goes between the City Centre and Whitley Bay (stopping at South Gosforth Metro).

Alight at Ivy Road, West Ave, or Woodbine Road going north and the Brandling Arms going south, and Trinity is about a minute's walk away.

See for more information (external website).



Regents Centre Metro (green line) is about 10 minutes walk to the north of Trinity, with frequent buses coming south from there along the High Street, stopping at the Brandling Arms.

South Gosforth Metro (green and yellow lines) is about 12 minutes walk to the east, along St Nicholas Avenue and through Central Park. The 54 bus stops near the station.



There are some cycle stands on Trinity Square in front of the cafe, and some more by the pedestrian crossing near Ivy Road.


We have a small car park in Ivy Road, behind the Centre. One space is reserved for cars displaying a blue 'disabled' badge and another is reserved for the ministers. The other spaces are available on a first come first served basis for people visiting Trinity. The car park can get very busy and, if coming by car, you are advised to leave enough time to park elsewhere. The nearest public car park is above the shopping centre opposite Trinity - enter from St Nicholas Avenue off the High Street - but if using this in the evening, please check the closing time so that your car doesn't get locked in. Other public car parks are off Salters Road, and next to South Northumberland Cricket Club, accessed from St Nicholas Avenue. 

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