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Milton Keynes Quaker Centre
–1 Oakley Gardens
-Wheelchair accessible toilet
The Quaker Centre is accessible to wheelchair users through non-automatic front doors. There is a disabled toilet and a designated off road car parking space.There is a hearing loop in the Main Meeting Room. There are no stairs within the building.
How to get there:
Bus: The bus routes that stop nearest to the Quaker Centre are 1, 2 and 7. Buses 1 and 7 stop at the Cross and Stable Church on Overstreet. Bus 2 stops on Downs Barn Boulevard near the junction with Overstreet. Bus routes and timetables published on the Milton Keynes Council Website can be found here.
(The MK Council website also provides a useful link to ‘Traveline’ and provides details of all stops on these routes).
Train: Milton Keynes is on the west-coast line, served by Avanti West Coast, West Midlands and Southern trains. The Quaker Centre is 2 miles from the station. Taxis are available outside the front of the main station entrance. Local buses also run from the train station.
Car: The Quaker Centre is just off the city grid road Overstreet (V9), between the H4 and H5. Due to restricted availability of parking we encourage use of public transport where possible.
Parking: There is limited off-street parking at the centre. We strongly recommend parking at the nearby (free) public car park at the Cross and Stable Church and Community Centre. It is a 2 minute walk away and is accessible from the Centre by a pedestrian walkway. The pedestrian route from this car park to the Quaker Centre can be found here.
Cycling: The Quaker Centre is well connected by the off-road cycle routes, or Redways, as they are known as in Milton Keynes. We have dedicated space for locking bicycles.
Milton Keynes has a public bicycle scheme with pick-up and drop-off points right across the city. You can find out more about it here. You will need to download a free app in order to hire a bicycle. The nearest bicycle docking stations to the Quaker Centre are outside the Londis corner shop in Downs Barn, and near the Post Office in Neath Hill. Each are approximately a 10 minute walk from the Quaker Centre.