Please see the map below which shows how to find us.
Road Directions The easiest way to get to us, if coming from outside of King's Lynn, is to stay on the bypass and head towards Hunstanton/Cromer (A149).
At the Hardwick flyover roundabout, take the exit signposted for Hunstanton/Cromer (A149)
Follow the A149 and at the next two roundabouts take the second exit, ie. Stay on the A149.
Continue along the A149 until you come to another roundabout at the top of a long incline.
Turn left at this roundabout onto the A148, which is signposted for King's Lynn town centre and the docks. You will see the Knights Hill Hotel on your left hand side.
Follow the A148 down the hill for 1.4 miles until you come to a junction with traffic lights.
Turn left onto Wootton road (still A148). You will see the Deer’s Leap restaurant on your right hand side.
After approximately 0.3 mile, take the left turn, which will bring you into Reffley Lane. If you pass the Tesco Petrol station, you have gone too far. If you do happen to miss the turning, take the next left-turn into Fenland road and follow it until you reach a T-Junction with roundabout priorities and turn right. You are now back on Reffley Lane.
On Reffley Lane you will notice a row of shops to your right and then after that, a Mormon hall, also on your right.
The entrance to Reffley Community School is immediately to your right after the Mormon hall. You should see our church signs attached to the fence.
The entrance for Reffley Community Hall is the next right after the School entrance.
DISABLED ACCESS: Once in the car park, please do not follow the signs to the school’s main entrance. The way is blocked by an electronically operated entrance gate to which we have no access. Instead we use the hall’s side entrance. This entrance is not immediately obvious to new visitors, but hopefully the picture to the left will help you locate it. Though the school does have disabled access equipment and we are willing and able to assist, the design of the hall denies us a clear view of the car park even though we have a greeter at the door keeping a lookout. If you have a helper, the situation is not too difficult, just ask them to make your presence known and we will do the rest. If you are a lone wheel-chair user the situation is a little more difficult because there is a raised curb to the path leading to the hall’s side entrance (see picture). As there will be a steady flow of people going down the path to the entrance door please wait by the curb in the chevroned area and inform anyone passing that you wish to attend our service and need assistance. It is also possible that the person welcoming at the door may spot you waiting. Once the Stewards are aware of your presence then we will help you access the hall.