Getting there.. Address:
Unitarian Meeting House
9 High Street
Isle of Wight
PO30 1SS

The Meeting House is opposite the main entrance to County Hall in Newport.Email:

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Travelling to the Meeting House:
Travel to Ryde, Pedestrian – Wightlink fastCat from Portsmouth Harbour Station or Hovercraft from Clarence Pier, Southsea. If you arrive on the ferry – first walk or take the train down the Pier to Ryde Esplanade station – 2 minute journey. Take bus no.9 from Ryde bus station (next to Esplanade station) to Newport Bus Station, departs every 7-10 minutes- journey 30 minutes, and follow walking instructions below.

Travel from West Cowes (Red Funnel Red Jet). Take bus no.1 from the Red Jet Terminal (every 6 to 10 minutes- journey 21 mins). Alight at Newport Bus Station and follow walking instructions below.

Travel from Yarmouth (Wightlink ferry from Lymington Pier Station). Take bus no.11 from Yarmouth bus station. (25 minutes past each hour- journey 1 hour) to Newport Bus Station and follow walking instructions below.

Walking from Newport Bus Station (simplest route on first visit) cross over South Street (in front of ‘Next’ shop) and bear right opposite The George Inn/Macdonalds along St James’ Street. At the far side of St James’ Square turn right, along High Street. Go past two entrances to St Thomas’ Square, shops and various bars including Yates’ until you are opposite County Hall. The Meeting House is set back behind its garden on the right. (There are also shortcuts through St Thomas’ Square, past Newport Minster through to High Street- see map below)

Taxis are available at all the ferry terminals, Ryde Esplanade, and outside Newport Bus Station if you prefer.
Parking is available on meters opposite the Meeting House on High Street, free outside the church on a Sunday, or in the long stay pay car park beside County Hall (accessed from Quay Street) at weekends. Park as far as you can from the car park entrance to be nearest the Meeting House.


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