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Fairview Medical Centre is conveniently located 2 minutes from Norbury Rail Station and three minutes from the bus stops on routes 50, 109 and 255.

 

By train

There are direct trains to Norbury from London Victoria, stopping at Clapham Junction, Wandsworth Common, Balham, and Streatham Common. The journey time from Victoria is approximately 18 minutes.

From the South, there are direct trains to Norbury from East and West Croydon, stopping at Selhurst and Thornton Heath.

Norbury Station has two exits. After passing through the ticket gates, take the exit immediately ahead. Turn left at the main road and walk under the bridge. Cross the road at the pedestrian lights, turn right and then sharp left into Roche Road. Fairview Medical Centre is at the end of the first turning on the right hand side. It is clearly signposted.

 

By Bus

Buses on routes 50, 109 and 255 stop in the centre of Norbury on London Road. These buses connect to central Croydon, Brixton and Stockwell. Route 109 stops at Mayday (Croydon University) Hospital.

From the bus stop in Norbury, cross the road to be on the same side as Superdrug and walk towards the railway bridge. Just before the bridge turn left into Roche Road. The medical centre is at the end of the first turning on the right hand side.

Buses on route G1 connect Norbury with Clapham Junction and stop at St Georges Hospital. The G1 route terminates at Hermitage Lane. When you alight from the bus, turn right and then turn left onto the main London Road. Continue until you have passed under the railway bridge. Cross the road at the pedestrian lights, turn right and then sharp left into Roche Road. Fairview Medical Centre is at the end of the first turning on the right hand side.

Buses on the 250 route stop in Green Lane, Norbury and connect to central Croydon or Brixton. To reach Fairview Medical Centre, alight at the stop adjacent to Hermitage Lane and follow the instructions described above for route G1.

 

By Car

Fairview Medical Centre is easily accessible by car and there is free parking available. Should the car park be full there are metered spaces in the surrounding roads and a ticket from a machine.