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Bus These three buses stop on Yiewsley High Street and at West Drayton Station. Heading towards Uxbridge, both the U3 and U5 go via Hillingdon Hospital; the U3 continues via Brunel University.

Tickets can be bought on the bus, cash fare £2.00 per journey (January 2007; increased from £1.50 in 2006; increased from £1.20 in 2005: it's the Mayor of London Ken Livingstone's innovative way of encouraging more people out of their cars onto the buses, apparently...), or in advance from the Post Office in multipacks at a discounted price. The Post Office also provides Oyster Card and Travelcard renewals (cash or cheque payments only).

H50: To/from Stockley Park/Hayes via West Drayton Station, Monday - Friday, daytime only (no evening service).
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Pay & Display car parking is available behind Tesco, Fairfield Road. Limited metered parking is available along the High Street. Aldi, the Co-Op and Iceland all have customer parking available.

There is strictly no parking on the pavement outside St Matthew's: this area must be kept clear for access. Customers and staff of the Sea Life Fish Bar are especially requested to take note.

At peak times Yiewsley High Street is a bottleneck: it's faster to walk and best avoided by car if possible.

Nearest Filling Station
Shell Garage, 209 High Street, Yiewsley UB7 7QP
(Uxbridge end of High Street, near the junction with Falling Lane)

Trains run at approx 20 minute intervals from West Drayton Station to/from central London (Paddington), Slough and Oxford, stopping at various local stations including Hayes & Harlington and Ealing Broadway (for connections with the Underground, Central Line)
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Tube (Underground)
Uxbridge is the nearest tube station, Metropolitan Line (all day) and Picadilly Line (peak times only). For the Central Line, take a train to Ealing Broadway.

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