Durham City Park and Ride
Durham City is served by three Park and Ride sites on the key routes into the city. These are situated at Belmont, Sniperley and Howlands. A direct bus service runs every 10 minutes to the city centre from each site. The sites offer free parking for users of the Park and Ride bus service and unlimited daily travel into the city centre and back for just £2.00 per person. Park and Ride users can also use the Cathedral Bus for free.
Much of the city is accessible within minutes. For example, Stephenson College (number 55 below) to the castle (number 23 below) is about 20 minutes’ walk.
Bikes can be hired in the city to offer a cost effective way to get around.
|Firm name||Telephone number||Notes|
|JD’s Taxis||0191 378 2555||School commitments 08:00-09:30 and 15:00-17:30|
|Stanley Taxis||0191 383 2905||School commitments 08:00-09:30 and 15:00-17:30|
|Sherburn Taxis||0191 372 3388||School commitments 08:00-09:30 and 15:00-17:30|
|Colors Taxis||0191 371 2727||School commitments 08:00-09:30 and 15:00-17:30|
|Paddy’s Taxis||0191 386 6662||School commitments 08:00-09:30 and 15:00-17:30|
|Carefree Taxis||07540 342450||No school commitments- available all day|
|Polly’s Taxis||07910 179 397|
07773 227 227
|No school commitments- available all day|
Calman Learning Centre is located at number 43 on the map
The Oriental Museum is located at number 3 on the map
Durham Castle is located at number 23 on the map
Stephenson College is number 55 on the map
Hatfield College is number 20 on the map