Winslow is a market town and civil parish designated as a town council in the Aylesbury Vale district of north Buckinghamshire. It has a population of just over 4,400.
The A413 road linking Buckingham and Aylesbury runs through the centre of Winslow forming the main High Street. The town formerly had its own railway station on the "Varsity Line" with a spur to Aylesbury. The track bed remains in place and when reopened, it will provide new rail connections to London, Milton Keynes, Aylesbury and Oxford. The Sustrans National Cycle Route 51 (Oxford to Colchester) goes east-west through Winslow, via Milton Keynes or Bicester. A new 5.6 mile shared use path between Buckingham and Windsor is nearing completion.
Bus services to and through Winslow include the X60 Aylesbury-Milton Keynes express, the route 60 Aylesbury-Buckingham and the route 50 Milton Keynes-Winslow. There is also a number of Winslow community bus services.
The business is prominently situated on the outskirts of the town in a main road position and is well signed and noticeable. There is free on street parking nearby as well as a free car park opposite.