Queen Anne’s is located between Reading and Henley and is easily accessible from the surrounding major travel routes. Transport is available throughout Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, London and the South.
A variety of transport options are available including:
- Transport is offered to and from Reading Station
- Accompanied travel to airports and railways
- A Queen Anne’s coach service every Friday and Monday from a variety of London areas
- A range of daily bus routes (please see below)
Local transport routes are managed by White Knights Travel, a well-respected, family run business and a highly professional company.
Bus routes and destinations are flexible according to demand and will change annually to suit our pupils. Currently available routes cover the following areas:
Beaconsfield | Bourne End | Bracknell | Cookham Station | Crazies Hill | Farley Hill | Farnham Common | Finchampstead | Gerrards Cross | Henley | High Wycombe Stattion | Hurst | Knowl Hill | Maidenhead | Marlow | Medmenham | Newbury | Peppard | Shiplake | Sonning | Streatley | Taplow | Three Mile Cross | Twyford Station | Upper Basildon | Virginia Water | Wargrave | Windsor | Wokingham
Transport is available to and from Queen Anne’s in the morning and evenings (Monday – Friday) and on Saturday mornings. Coaches run from London areas on a Friday and Monday.
A coach service runs every Friday and Monday to Hammersmith, Chiswick, Richmond, Putney, Kingston and Kew. Weekly assisted travel to Paddington and Waterloo train stations.
If you have any questions regarding transport at Queen Anne’s, please contact us on 0118 918 7426.