From the centre of Bath
The visitor should cross the river over Churchill Bridge (just west of Bath Spa railway station). Drivers should follow the signs for A36 Bristol. Walkers should turn RIGHT along the riverside. A quarter of a mile along the Lower Bristol Road turn LEFT at the Green Park Tavern into Westmoreland Road. The road becomes Lower Oldfield Park – follow it up the hill past the school grounds then take the second turning LEFT into Junction Road. Go up Junction Road and take the third turning RIGHT into Second Avenue. The church is at the far end of Second Avenue. The total distance is about 1 mile.
From the West
Approaching Bath on the A4 dual carriage way, take the A36 and stay on it for about a mile. After passing the Ford & Kia Motor showrooms on the left, move towards the right hand lane and turn RIGHT at the traffic lights into Brougham Hayes. Follow Brougham Hayes over the railway bridge, then take the second turning RIGHT into Junction road. Then take the third turning RIGHT into Second Avenue. St Alphege’s lies at the far end.
From the East
Approaching Bath from the M4 or A4, look for the signs saying A36 and follow them around the south east of the city. At the large roundabout by the railway station take the first exit marked "A367 Radstock & Shepton Mallet". Half a mile up the hill take the second turning on the RIGHT into Oldfield Road. Follow Oldfield Road down the hill and take the second turning on the LEFT into First Avenue. The church is at the other end of the road.
From the South
On the A367 from the Radstock direction, follow the dual carriageway down to Bear Flat, round past the Bear Inn on the left, then take the next turning on the LEFT into Oldfield Road. Follow Oldfield Road down the hill and take the second turning on the LEFT into First Avenue. The church is at the other end of the road