Getting here

Weston Area Health NHS Trust has three sites, the main hospital and Community Children's Services on Drove Road, Weston and at The Barn, Clevedon. 

Map of main hospital location

Details of how to get to Drove Road and The Barn are HERE

Coming by Car

Please park in the main car park and pay when you are ready to leave. The ticket payment machine and change machine are located to the right of the revolving doors outside the main entrance. The machine takes cards or cash, including notes. The old, discontinued £1 coin is not accepted by the machine. 

Remember at Weston your first 30 minutes parking is free.

 

First 30 minutes                                                                                       FREE

Up to one hour                                                                                        £2.30

Up to two hours                                                                                       £3.50

Up to six hours                                                                                        £4.30

Up to 24 hours                                                                                        £8.00

 

 

Coming to Weston General Hospital by public transport

The main hospital has good transport links and parking facilities.

 

Getting here by bus:

 

First Bristol, Bath and the West  operates the No 5  (Worle Terminus – Weston Centre – Uphill Hospital – Hutton) and the (Hutton- Uphill Hospital – Weston Centre -  Worle Terminus)  Mon to Fri: ( every hour),  Saturday (every hour) no service Sunday or Bank Holiday.  The No 20  (Weston to Burnham-on-Sea), Mon - Sat: every 30min, Sun: every hour) which stop on the road outside the hospital. For further information please visit www.firstgroup.com or alternatively download the FirstBus app or Twitter @FirstBSA.

 

 

For further information on travelling by buses including travelling in to Weston town centre, contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 (website: www.travelinesw.com) or alternatively download the traveline app from Google Play or Applestore.

 

 

Getting here by train:

The nearest train station is Weston-super-Mare railway station, which is about two miles from the Hospital.

Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or contact them on 0845 7484 950 (open 24-hours) for more information on rail times and fares.

In addition to the services mentioned above the First service 7 (Worle to Coronation Road) serves Weston-super-Mare railway station and stops outside Weston College, about 10 minutes walk away. The 4, 105 and 83 all stop about 6-7 minutes walk from the station, refer to Traveline for details,

There is a special ticket you can buy, to save money that uses the bus and the train. At the station ask for PlusBus – it’s a combined rail and bus ticket, adding all-day unlimited First bus travel around Weston to your rail ticket. Season tickets also available.

www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk/Your-journey/Travel-connections/PlusBus

Alternatively the Freedom Travelpass gives you unlimited travel on all train and most bus services in Bristol, Bath, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire (though not on Crossville and Webberbus services). Travelpasses are available daily (peak and off-peak), weekly and monthly. You can buy one from station booking offices, bus ticket offices, train managers/conductors and First bus drivers. www.firstgreatwestern.co.uk/Your-journey/Travel-connections/Freedom-Travel-Pass

If you need any more information, advice or support in arranging your travel to the Hospital and Trust you can contact Travel West on www.travelwest.info

For public transport journey planning please go to: www.travelinesw.info.

 

Getting here by bike:

There are 39 covered and lockable bike spaces in the Trust including a set next to the main hospital reception by the revolving doors.

To find the best route by bike please refer to the North Somerset Cycle Map, available free from local libraries or call the NSC Sustainable Travel and Road Safety Team on 01934 42692, or  email sustainable.travel@n-somerset.gov.uk.  

A new off-road cycle route is being built along Winterstoke Rd and Broadway to the hospital and should be completed by Spring 2015.  

Lots of local cycling information, maps and an on-line journey planner are available at www.betterbybike.info.

 

Travel information correct at 13/01/15