The Grey Horse
The Ram Jam Club

How to find us

The Grey Horse and Ram Jam Club are located close to the centre of Kingston, South-west London.


Train: Kingston station is a 2 min. walk away


Bus: The 65 goes right past the pub and all other buses to Kingston stop at one of two bus depots a few minutes walk away.


Foot: 2 minutes walk from Kingston Station and Cromwell Rd bus depot


Car: Approaching Kingston from Richmond on the A307, you'll see the pub on the left just past Sainsbury's (which is a good place to park)From other directions you'll go round the tedious one-way system until you see the slip road off to Richmond and you'll see another good car park close to the pub (at the moment parking is £1 after 6.30pm in the car park opposite but free in Sainsbury's - but check it first !)


Directions: Walk under the railway bridge next to Kingston train station. Continue along Richmond Road. The Grey Horse is 200 metres down the road on the right.


An important message from Transport for London

What is a big no-no?
Any minicab journey that isnít booked by phone or in a minicab office is illegal, unsafe and puts you at risk of sexual violence and robbery. You must not approach minicab drivers and any minicab driver that approaches you is acting illegally.


What are the safer alternatives?
Only taxis (black cabs) can be stopped by customers and can pick up off the street. Otherwise you can also use pre-booked minicabs.


You can also use Transport for Londonís text service, Cabwise, which helps you get a cab to take you home safely. Simply text CAB to 60835* and GPS will be used to text your two nearest minicab numbers and one taxi (black cab) number.


Public transport is a safer alternative to taking an unbooked minicab.†There are now more Night buses than ever with 117 routes all with CCTV.†The last Tubes leave central London around 00.30 Monday to Saturday nights**.


If you decide to walk home, stick to well-lit streets and avoid using alleyways or short cuts. Keep your mind on your surroundings. In an emergency always call 999.


What else can I do?
plan ahead - visit tfl.gov.uk/traveltools before you go out.†Plan your journey in advance with Journey Planner, use Findaride to get the details of licensed minicabs in the area that you're going out in or get maps, timetables and free mobile travel alerts.


For more information and safety advice visit tfl.gov.uk or call the 24hr London Travel Information line on 0843 222 1234***.