Located on the main A60 Mansfield Road approximately 2 miles north of Nottingham City Centre the Church and Community Centre is situated in the north east corner of the churchyard. This Churchyard is surrounded on three sides by stone walls surmounted by iron railings. Its eastern boundary is formed by Mansfield Road with Church Drive to the south, Loscoe Road to the west and a children's playground (Pirates Park) to the north. The churchyard covers some 7294 square yards. The small part between the church and Church Drive is crowded but the main area now has tasteful groups of memorial stones moved together from other parts of the churchyard. Within the churchyard are Eleven War Commission Graves erected for men who served in the First World War. Burials in the church yard ceased many years ago.
There are three entrances to the churchyard, the north side of the building on Mansfield Road which is tarmaced and level, Church Drive with 3 steps near the gate,and Loscoe Road by a path which at times can get muddy.
Travelling by Car
St John's is located on the A60 Nottingham to Mansfield Road approximately 2 miles north of the city centre. Unfortunately the church doesn't have a car park but parking is possible in adjacent streets. Some parking may be available in the carpark attached to Pirates Park ( Not available for use between 7.30pm & 10.30pm. As this is contracted to the Nottingham Bridge Club)
If using satalite navigation systems enter postal code NG5 2DP
Travelling by public transport
Nottingham City transport services 56, 57, 58, 59, 87, 88 & 89 and the Trent/Barton Calverton connection run every few minutes from Parliament Street in Nottingham City centre. You can also use the Pronto service to Mansfield & Chesterfield from the Victoria Centre Bus Station. All these buses stop outside the church on Mansfield Road. Information on these services are available from Traveline, Tel 0871 200 2233 or www.traveline.info
A warm welcome awaits you here at St. John’s a parish worshiping within the Catholic tradition of the Church of England.