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We recommend the use of public transport to come to the course.
The nearest train station is Aylesbury. There are frequent trains from London Marylebone to Aylesbury. Marylebone is on the Bakerloo line of the London underground trains, and the train to Aylesbury takes about 60 to 75 minutes from there.
The Stoke Mandeville Hospital is about a 2miles from the Aylesbury Train station and can be reached by taxi (fare around £4 – £7 only). Request the taxi driver to drop you at the post graduate education centre – which means turning right at the roundabout in front of the hospital and driving all the way to the back of the hospital. Alternately, you can get down at the hospital main entrance and the PGEC is sign posted.
Buses connected to Hospital
55: From Chesham & Amersham tube station to Stoke Mandeville Hospital. https://bustimes.org/services/55-aylesbury-wendover-gt-missenden-amersham
300: From High Wycombe to Aylesbury (via Stoke Mandeville Hospital). https://bustimes.org/services/300-max-high-wycombe-aylesbury
9: Local Aylesbury Station to Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
165: Leighton-buzzard to Aylesbury station and Stoke Mandeville Hospital. https://bustimes.org/services/165-aylesbury-leighton-buzzard
There are 5 car parks surrounding the hospital labeled A, B, C, D and E on the above map.
PGEC has a pay and display car park in front but limited space.
Other recommended parking space nearer the PGEC are A, D and E. Car park B & C now has automatic number plate recognition. You go through barrier and park. Once finished you pay at machine by typing your registration number.
Parking on site is either pay & display or pay on foot. Charges apply all times including weekends. You can pay by cash or card.
Charge for whole day (4 – 24 hours) – £9.