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Telephone 01491 680 793 (Chapel House)          email: mark@onesheep.org (Minister)


Don’t rely on your mobile phone

Mobile phone reception in the village is pretty poor for most mobile service providers, so be sure you have a good idea of which end of the village you are looking for before you start your journey.  If you get lost, most locals are friendly and will be able to point you towards the Chapel.

Parking

In Newlands Lane (between the Chapel and the village green), please only park on the Chapel hedge side of the road. The road can get busy with traffic to and from houses and the popular restaurant, The Crooked Billet, so we have a polite agreement with the village that cars will not park on the village green side of the road. Thank you for your consideration.

At times when there are many cars expected, you may park on the triangle of grass opposite Chapel House, and also along the main village road. For organised events we will usually have people directing cars to available parking.

Bus Travel

Sadly, there is no regular bus service in and out of Stoke Row any more. However, if you are trying to get to a service or event, you can take a Reading number 25 (big pink bus) from various stops, which terminates at The Unicorn pub about 2 miles from Stoke Row. By prior arrangement, we could plan to meet you at the bus stop, and get you back there.

Train Travel

The nearest train station is Pangbourne. There are very good connections into Reading (about 9 miles from Stoke Row) and Henley-on-Thames (about 5 miles). If you arrive at Reading, be sure to tell people which exit you will wait outside for them, as it can be confusing.

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