The Wesley Centre is half way up Saville Street on the right hand side opposite Kingfisher Café

There is 2-hours free car parking in the Market Place at the top of Saville Street

The Wesley Centre is a five minutes walk from both the bus and railway stations

(past Derwent Surgery, over the River Derwent, left on to Yorkersgate and first right on to Saville Street)

Via the A64 towards Scarborough

Follow B1248 in to Malton. Pass the Talbot Hotel on your right and then take the second on the left. This is Saville Street

Via the A64 towards York

Follow the B1257 into Malton. At the traffic lights go straight across and take the first right. This is Saville Street.

Via the B1248 coming from Norton-On-Derwent

Go over County Bridge, past the entrance to Morrisons on your left and at the traffic lights turn left, then first right. This is Saville Street.

Via the B1257 from Helmsley and Hovingham

Follow the road to the traffic lights in the centre of town and turn right towards York and then take the first right. This is Saville Street.


Malton is also the region’s transport hub for road, rail and bus communications, and its pre-eminent retail and commercial centre also serves the neighbouring town of Norton-on-Derwent.

By Rail

Malton railway station is just 350 metres south of the Wesley Centre, via Railway Street. The station provides direct services to Scarborough, York, Leeds, Manchester, Manchester Airport and Liverpool.  From York there are services to London (1 hour 50 minutes) and to Edinburgh (2 hours), and on to Aberdeen, Inverness and the Highlands of Scotland.

The current hourly Trans Pennine Express service will be supplemented by an additional hourly service operated by Northern Rail from December 2018.  The Transdev Coastliner bus depot situated opposite the Railway Station is a hub for the region, operating services every thirty minutes to Scarborough and other east coast towns such as Whitby, Filey and Bridlington, and west to York and Leeds.  The journey between Malton and Whitby has been voted by users of TripAdvisor as the most scenic in the whole of the UK.

Car Parking

In terms of access, there are few town and city centre public buildings that can claim to have dedicated parking. Malton benefits from free 2-hour car parking for approximately 130 vehicles within the adjoining Market Street and surrounds (provided by the Fitzwilliam Malton Estate Company). In addition, a total of 490 spaces are provided by Ryedale District Council at its Wentworth Street and Water Lane Car Parks, at affordable rates. These are located just 300 metres and 100 metres respectively from the Church in Saville Street. Chapel Lane (a cul-de-sac directly to the rear of the Church) provides alternative access for set-down purposes and turning, which is especially useful for those with special needs.

Opening Times

The Wesley Centre is currently open every day from 10.00 until 16.00 for visitors and other events.  Come and see the exhibition about our plans for the next phase of our exciting development.