Address: STC, Nairn St, Sheffield S10 1UL

Website: http://www.stthomascrookes.org/

STC is around a 50 minute walk or a 30 minute walk/bus/tram ride from Sheffield train station. Here are four of the routes you could take to get from Sheffield station to STC.

Route 1: Walk and Bus

  • Walk 18 minutes from Sheffield station and board the 52a bus towards Wisewood at West Street/Carver Street 
  • Take bus 10 stops (15 minutes) and get off at Crookes/Brick Street
  • STC is a 1 minute walk from this bus stop

Route 2: Tram and Bus

  • Take purple or blue tram from outside station to Cathedral
  • Board bus at High Street (Stop HS4) and ride 10 stops (15 minutes), getting off at Crookes/Brick Street
  • STC is a 1 minute walk from this bus stop

Route 3: Bus and Walk

  • Walk 4 minutes from Sheffield station to Pond Street/Paternoster Row
  • Take 95 bus towards Walkley from Pond Street/Paternoster Row (Stop SS1)
  • Ride bus for 12 stops (14 minutes) and get off at Commonside/Barber Road
  • Walk around 13 minutes from bus stop to STC

Route 4: Bus and Bus

  • Walk 4 minutes from Sheffield station to Pond Street/Paternoster Row
  • Take 95 bus towards Walkley from Pond Street/Paternoster Row (Stop SS1)
  • Ride 6 stops (8 minutes), getting off bus at West Street/Fitzwilliam Street
  • Board 52a bus towards Wisewood for 9 stops (13 minutes), getting off at Crookes/Brick Street
  • STC is a 1 minute walk from this bus stop

You can find out more about buses on Google maps or contact your staff worker if you need more information. If you need additional help in getting from Sheffield station, including more accessible transport, please let your staff worker know in advance.

These routes are to help you plan and are only suggestions of possible options. Please check Google maps and public transport information for the most accurate and up to date information.

Accessibility @ STC

We want training events to be as enjoyable as possible for everyone and for you all to be able to make the most of them. There was space on the sign-up form to let us know if you have accessibility needs and you will have heard from us if you wrote anything. If there is something we should be aware of that you haven’t already communicated, please do email: [email protected].

The venue we are in is fully accessible, with lifts to all floors, accessible parking, ramp access and accessible bathrooms. We will also have a quiet room if you need some time out at any point. Please do feel free to dip out of sessions if you need to, you don’t need to let a staff member know, however, if you are leaving the building please do tell us. There will be slides of the talk. If you require large print of anything, let us know. If you are getting the bus to the venue, the 52 bus line is nearby to STC. First Bus Sheffield describe their buses as low floored and easily accessible by wheelchair. If you are using other buses while in Sheffield, here is Travel South Yorkshire’s accessibility page.