Location, Facilities and Online Diary

Sessions at Wath Hall or online

Here’s some helpful information about the room I use at Wath Hall and an online diary to easily find a suitable time and date to meet me. The same diary can also be used to find times for online appointments.

Booking Diary

Location and Facilities

The location has the following benefits:

  • Easy to find
  • Free off-street car parking
  • Better availability for sessions: 9 am – 9 pm
  • Easy access to the room (no stairs)
  • Door width 33 inches
  • Accessible toilets
  • Tea or coffee is available
  • Close to Wath town centre
  • Bus stops outside

Booking Diary

Find a suitable time and date (Mon-Thurs) for your appointment with at least a 30-minute gap between other sessions, decide whether you’d like to meet online or in person, and then phone, text, or WhatsApp me your name and those details.

Find Your Way There

Here’s a link to find me on Google Maps.

If you’re driving, it’s easiest to use the large free car park on Church Street, which is accessible via West Street (A 6097), and it’s about 200 yards on your left. If it’s full, there’s a free car park behind the Methodist Church, which is across the road, and another one further along Church Street, across from DeeBee’s hardware shop.

If you are coming by bus, get off at Wath upon Dearne town centre and walk up the hill with the Church House pub on your left. It’s about 50 metres to your right, immediately after Montgomery Hall.

Entering the Building

If someone is coming with you, please let me know in advance.

My room is through the red-framed glass door in the brick building on the right-hand side of the large white Georgian house between All Saints Parish Church and Montgomery Hall.

I will meet you at the entrance as the door is usually locked. If not, enter through the glass door and take a U-turn left into the waiting area.

Photo of therapy room window as seen from car park
View of my window from the car park

From the car park, you should be able to see my business logo in my window – the one with green blinds.

Many thanks to the hard work put in by Alex, Steve and others to make this move possible. Photograph courtesy of Wath Hall Plc.