Maps and directions

Where we are based and how to find us.

Our main office is based at The Garth in New Earswick:

The Garth,
White Rose Avenue,
New Earswick,
York,
YO32 4TZ.

Our main office for care services is based at Hartrigg Oaks in New Earswick:


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Our registered head office is based at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation's 'Homestead' office in York:


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By car

Approaching from the south on the A1

Leave the A1 on the A64 towards York. Turn onto the A1237 outer ring road signposted York (North). Head north going straight over six roundabouts, continuing towards Scarborough, Hull and Selby. At the seventh roundabout, turn right, signposted New Earswick.

For Hartrigg Oaks - continue along this road to the first mini roundabout. Turn right and then immediately first left. Follow the road to the main central building where car parking is at the front.

For The Garth - continue along this road for approximately 1 mile going straight over the mini-roundabouts and past Red Lodge on the right. Just after Elm Tree Mews development on the right, turn right into White Rose Avenue. Take the second right and The Garth will be immediately on your left. Limited parking is available at The Garth, and in the car park attached to the Folk Hall, further along White Rose Avenue on the right.

Approaching from the north on the A1

Leave the A1 on the A59 towards York and continue until you reach the A1237 York outer ring road. Turn left at the roundabout and continue straight on over four roundabouts. At the fifth roundabout, turn right, signposted New Earswick, then follow directions above.

Approaching from the east on the A64

Leave the A64 on the A1237 York outer ring road. Follow the signs for Thirsk and Harrogate. At the fourth roundabout, signposted New Earswick, turn left, then follow directions above.

By train

York is on the East Coast Mainline. Taxis are available directly outside the station and The Garth is approximately a 20-minute taxi ride.

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