Shanklin United Reformed Church

High Street, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. PO37 6LA
Registered Charity No. 1130459

A member of the Evangelical Alliance

 

For details of URC churches on the Island visit www.iowurc.co.uk

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Where is Shanklin?

Shanklin is a seaside town situated in the south east of the Isle of Wight;
an Island off the south coast of England.

 


The Island can be reached by various ferries:

Portsmouth and Lymington

vehicle & passenger ferry to Fishbourne & Yarmouth
foot passenger catamaran to Ryde Pier Head

Southampton

vehicle & passenger ferry to East Cowes
foot passenger catamaran to West Cowes

Southsea

foot passenger only to Ryde Esplanade

 


Shanklin can be reached on the Island by public transport:

by train from Ryde

and by Southern Vectis bus.

Route numbers 2 and 3 serve the town

 

Where are we in Shanklin?

The church is right in the heart of Shanklin,
on the corner of Landguard Road and the High Street.

The map below (from www.streetmap.co.uk) indicates where the church can be found and also where it is in relation to the train station and Rylstone Gardens (where summer concerts and evening services are held in the open air).

Buses stop in Landguard Road and Carter Avenue (outside the Co-Op) - see the Southern Vectis map below.

It's a short walk from the train station and the main bus stops.

Roads coming from Sandown, Ryde, Newport and Ventnor are also indicated.

Car parks are signposted within the town, the nearest being a short stay IoW Council car park behind the Church in Landguard Road
(NB parking charges apply 24 hours a day, for every single day of the year).

 


Page Last Updated 22 August 2019

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