Natural for Baby in London, Here are the Directions in Balham The shop is a 5 minutes (at most) walk from Balham Train & Tube Station, it's a 90 or so seconds walk from Waitrose, keep to the same side and head in the direction of Clapham South. If you are heading this way from Clapham South, it's about an 8 minutes walk down the hill. The shop is by the Cycle High Way.
Across the Road by Balham Beds you will find Bus Stop E, buses heading towards Balham Station stop here are: 155, 255, 249, 355.
From Balham it's nearer to walk than to get the 255 bus stop as it overshoots the shop, but buses 155, 249, and 355 stop at bus stop F which is a few meters past the shop in the direction of Clapham South.
The Northern line runs directly under the shop. You can opt to go to Clapham South if you want to use a ticket that has zone 2. If you prefer to be a bit closer, Balham is in zone 3. The shop is on the High Road between both, but is closer to Balham.
Balham is in zone 3 of the Southern Network. The Train station is accessible with a lift as is most of the train line serviced. Balham is 4 stops from London Victoria, 2 Stops from Clpaham Junction, travelling into London trains come into Balham from Croydon/Surrey and areas more South East such as Crystal Palace. There are some trains that link to Balham from West London too.
In Balham, London, you can park for free in the Sainsbury's Car Park, Pay and Display in the Waitrose Car Park, Pay and Display in the side roads or look for some free spots. After 5.30pm on Thursday or on Saturdays it is free to park in many of the side roads near to the shop. There are also some free 30 minute and 1 hour bays very close to the shop on Castor Road and the road parallel to the High Road which is considered to be the High Road. The loading bay outside the shop can be used for collecting big items from 10am to 4pm. You can also park on the red route for the last 30 minutes the shop is open on Thursdays each week.
Also find me on google maps to get directions that way too.
I have discovered that Cab drivers who depend on Sat Nav sysems tend to end up around the corner! You are likely to be dropped off or collected in one of the free 30 minute bays on the corner of Castor Road. The shop's Post Code is SW12 9AG and good places to say the shop is near is The Post Office, The Salvation Army Hall as the shop is between these or across the road from The Devonshire Pub.