Christ's charge to Peter

St Peter's, Hatfield

St Peter's Catholic Church,
Bishop's Rise, Hatfield, Hertfordshire. AL10 9HN

Directions to the Parish

The Church

The Parish Church

St. Peter’s

Be careful not to drive straight by the church – a low-built brick building with no tower. The church and house adjoin. The church has its own car park. Road parking is controlled by single and double yellow lines, for single line limitations see notices.

 

 

By public transport

There are frequent trains from Kings Cross and Moorgate to Hatfield. (By travelling up the Victoria or Piccadilly Lines to Finsbury Park you can board trains coming from either terminal.) We are 1 mile south-west of the Hatfield station. There are taxis or buses from the station. The 653 service is every 20 minutes from stop 2.

 

 

From central London and the South

Hatfield is 21 miles north of central London. Leave the A1 at Junction 2 signed for Welham Green. Having crossed over the A1, cross straight over the roundabout again signed for Welham Green. Take the first left into Bishop’s Rise. Ignore the first turning, which seems to suggest Bishop’s Rise goes off to the left, and continue straight on the road for almost 1 mile. The church and house are on the right beyond the garage and another couple of roundabouts, first one a mini.

 

 

From the North

Turn off the A1 at Junction 4. Cross over the first roundabout at the top of the slip road following the signs for Hatfield and the A1001, (third exit). At the second roundabout take the third exit, signed for St. Albans, continuing along the A1001. At the third roundabout, having passed the Galleria Shopping Centre, turn left into Cavendish Way, signed for the Town Centre. Almost immediately you come to a fourth roundabout. Cross straight over into Bishop’s Rise following the signs for South Hatfield. We are ½ mile on the left.

 

 

Click here to view the local area map.
Be careful when using the postcode (AL10 9HN) for internet maps and satellite navigation as this may direct you to the narrow lane behind the church. The entrance to both house and church is on Bishop’s Rise. 


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