How to find us

The church is situated alongside Gascoyne Way with road access off Queen's Road. Our hall, known as St John's Hall, is just east of the church and road access to it is along Churchfields.

Like most churches we don't have a postal address. The post code of the house next to the main entrance to the church is SG13 8AY (Queens Road, Hertford). The grid reference is TL327124. Please note that post should be sent to The Vicarage, Churchfields, Hertford SG13 8AE and not to the church building itself

Directions from Google Maps.

Directions to the Church

All Saints' Church is a large red sandstone building, with a large tower, just south of Gascoyne Way, which is part of the A414. The A414 runs from the A10 in the East to the M1 in the West via the A1(M) at Hatfield. Turn off the A414 at the roundabout to the west of the church, turn left immediately into Hale Road, left again into Queens Road, turn right at the end and pass though the gates into the church car park. Alternative parking is available in the multi-storey car-park directly opposite the church - accessed via a slip road off the eastbound carriageway of the A414.

Pedestrian access to the church from the town is via Fore Street, Church Street (alongside the Salisbury Arms) and then via an underpass directly to the gates of the churchyard.

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Directions to St John's Hall

Directions from Google Maps.

St John's Hall is at the far end of Churchfields. Churchfields can be reached by turning into Mangrove Road off the A414 eastbound halfway down the hill; turn right immediately and, just before the road rejoins the A414, turn left into Greencoates. As you pass the Post Office building the road becomes Churchfields.

Pedestrians can reach the hall using the same route as for the church and walking along the tarmac path between the church and Gascoyne Way. Alternatively, there is a footpath running from the underpass at the junction of the A414 at the foot of the hill. This path runs between Gascoyne Way and the playing fields of Abel Smith School.

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