The Auburn Jam Music studio is based in West Wimbledon and is accessible by all sorts of means. We recommend coming by train or bus, as we’re just a short walk from Raynes Park Station. You’ll find us above the Kitchen Revolutions shop on the corner of Vernon Avenue. Our door is round the back of the shop, a white door in the alleyway with our logo on it.
Walking from Raynes Park station
To walk from Raynes Park Station (5-10 minutes) get yourself onto the Grand Drive/Approach Road side of the tunnel (not the Starbucks side). Cross over at the traffic lights to the newsagents and fish & chip shop, then continue up Approach Road which will turn into Kingston Road, passing the library. You’ll pass a few more side roads on your right until you reach Cakeology and Kitchen Revolutions on the corner of Vernon Avenue. We’re above Kitchen Revolutions, the entrance is round the back, a white door in the alleyway with our logo on it.
We’re just up the road from Raynes Park Station which has very regular trains to London Waterloo, Wimbledon, Clapham Junction, Vauxhall, Kingston, Guildford, Dorking, Chessington and Epsom. You can also get the Northern Line to South Wimbledon and get the 152 bus from there to Raynes Park Library which is very close to the studio.
Nearby bus links are the 57 and 131 both of which connect to Kingston, Wimbledon and Tooting; The 163 (Morden and Wimbledon); the 152 ( South Wimbledon tube station, Morden, Mitcham and New Malden,) and the K5 (Ham and Mitcham). You’ll have a short walk from Raynes Park Station for most of these (follow walking directions below).
AJM is just of the A3. Turn off at the junction just past the big B&Q, signposted Raynes Park and Wimbledon (A298, Bushey Road). Follow this road round and continue until you reach the traffic lights at the cross-roads with Grand Drive. Turn left onto Grand Drive and follow the road round past Raynes Park station (on your left), keeping in the right lane so you don’t go under the railway bridge. Continue as this becomes Kingston Road, and we’re just a short way down on the right, on the corner of Kingston Road and Vernon Avenue, above Kitchen Revolutions.
Parking can be tricky so we suggest coming by public transport as much as possible. Parking on Vernon Avenue and nearby roads is permit holders only on weekdays until 6.30pm, but free after that and on weekends. There are paid parking bays on Kingston Road, with a maximum stay of 2 hours. If you need parking for a longer session, there are some private spaces available to book nearby via apps like JustPark.