to get there
Let’s get some facts up here, London Transport’s own website is at best
tube stations are KENSAL GREEN or QUEENS PARK, both on the
Bakerloo line or the London Overground line out of Euston. The venue is
about seven minutes from either station.
LADBROOK GROVE on the Hammersmith
and City line is also pretty close. 52/452 bus can be caught outside of
Ladbrook Grove, five minute bus ride will drop you right outside the venue
(see further down for more details of the 52/452).
from Queens Park tube station: Turn left out of the tube station,
turn left again at the crossroads and you’re on Harvist Road, walk along
it for about seven minutes, past the park and Patrick’s Harvist is at the
other end of the road. Simple
from Kensal Green tube station: At Kensal Green Station once you
come out turn right and bare right and you will turn into Mortimer Road,
as you walk down you will see a church on you left, you are on the right
road. Walk to the end of Mortimer Road and at the junction you will
see the venue by the traffic lights on the opposite side of the crossroad.
Walking time from station about 6 minutes.
RISE is the nearest station of all, the overground station is
about three minutes away, come out of the station, walk down the hill,
past the Tesco shop, and down Chamberlayne Road, past the school on the
left and The Diner (with red neon sign) until you get to the traffic lights.
Patrick’s Harvist is on the corner looking at you as you walk down... The
North London overground from Dalston, Camden, Hampstead and such is now
up and running...
EUSTON mainline station. You can get a train to Queens Park or Kensal
Green, follow the directions from Queen Park or Kensal Green tuve stations,
overground trains come in there as well. Trains are from platform
9 at Euston on leave something like every 20 minutes.
of options here, the 52/452 goes right past the venue, the
28, 187 and 316 go very near. The 28 runs from Wandsworth,
Fulham Broadway, Kensington, Notting Hill and Westbourne Park. If
you’re coming in from central London on the 52/452 then the bus
goes up Ladbrook Grove, pastthe tuve station, turns in to the giant Sainsbury’s,
then over the canal bridge and across the main Harrow Road through a set
of traffic lights. You need to get off two stops after the Harrow Road
traffic lights, if you make it as far as the small Tesco shop, you’ve gone
a stop too far, get off and walk back down Chamberlayne Road. The 6
and the 187 will also take you to Chamberlayne Road, once
again follow the Tesco instructions above.
rather useful 18 bendy bus from Euston via Baker Street will take
you along the Harrow Road, you need to get off at the Kensal Green cemetery
stop just beyond the crossroads. Walk back to the crossroads, the stop
is right by the crossroads and just before the William IV pub, turn left
at the crossroads/traffic lights, walk up the road, past the Paradise pub
and Patrick’s Harvist is on the crossroads with the next set of traffic
lights you come to... all very easy
from Liverpool street, via the West End and Paddington will take you as
far as the giant Sainsbury’s at the top of Ladbrook Grove. You can either
change to a 52/452 at Sainsbury’s or save your money. Get some exercise
and take the eight minute walk over the canal bridge, over the Harrow
Road crossroads and carry straight on up along Chamberlayne Road past the
Paradise pub along to the next set of traffic lights and Patrick’s Harvist
is at the lights...