Being in the centre of Croydon means New Life is excellently served by public transport. There are many buses, trains and trams from all over Croydon, London and the surrounding areas.
Train East Croydon Station is only ten minutes walk (3 minutes on a Wimbledon tram, getting off at Church Street) from New Life. Trains from Victoria to East Croydon are very regular and take only 15 minutes. To get to New Life from East Croydon turn right out of the main entrance and head down George Street, Crown Hill, Church Street, across Reeves Corner and into Cairo New Road. (ie Keep going in a straight line following the tram track.)
West Croydon station is only five minutes walk from the centre. There are trains to West Croydon from many different areas of South London. To get to New Life from West Croydon, turn left out of the station and then take the second right into Tamworth Road. Then take a right fork into Ruskin Road alongside the railway line. New Life is to your left at the bottom of this road.
For details of train times please go to National Rail Enquiries.
Buses You can take any of the many buses which come into Croydon or West Croydon. For more information on local bus routes click here.
Trams The Croydon Tramlink runs past New Life. If you're coming from the Wimbledon direction you will pass the centre just before the Reeves Corner tram stop. If you're coming by tram from New Addington, Beckenham or East Croydon you need to get off at Church Street. Keep walking down Church Street, over Reeves Corner into Cairo New Road. New Life is on the right hand side of Cairo New Road, opposite the Jubilee Bridge carpark. New Life is about 2 minutes walk from the Church Street tram stop. To find out more about the Tramlink network and timetable click here.
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