Southbank - St Thomas' Hospital.
Beside Westminster Bridge and just a few minutes' walk from Westminster or Waterloo, St Thomas' Hospital is easily accessable from London and beyond.
The training room in this prestigeous London hospital has wonderful views across London, and is quiet and peaceful as well as being so very convenient. It is particularly convenient for the Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo Lines, and is only a few minutes' walk from Waterloo and Waterloo East stations so is ideal for couples who live in Clapham, Putney, Wimbledon, Bromley, Guildford, Surrey, Kent and the London suburbs. It is also only a short walk across Westminster Bridge from Westminster Station served by the Jubilee, District and Circle Lines.
We hold our classes here on Sundays so you can easily park in the roads off Royal Street, just across Lambeth Palace Road from the hospital.
Classes are held in the Antenatal Training Room on the 8th Floor of the North Wing.
Hospitals can be confusing places, so I would be particularly grateful if you would arrive 15 minutes early so that we can start on time.
Tea and coffee are provided in the breaks, and there are cafes and shops in the hospital where you can get lunch.
* All couples are welcome, even if you are having your baby at another hospital or at home. *
For dates and bookings for your course at St Thomas' Hospital click here.
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