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The Granary Creative Arts Centre is in Brockwood Park, just past the village of Bramdean.  

Getting here

By Car
From Winchester, take the A272 towards Petersfield. After you pass through the village of Bramdean take the turning on the right signposted Brockwood (look out for the Granary signpost). Follow the road past Brockwood Park School. The entrance to The Granary will be on the right, just after a row of cottages.
There is free car parking onsite. 

Public Transport
If you need to use public transport to get to us please do get in touch – we organise lift shares from Winchester when we can! 
It costs around £25 to get a taxi from Winchester. Alternatively you can take the number 67 bus from Winchester bus station to Brockwood Dean and walk up the hill to Brockwood Park (approximately 10 minute walk). The bus journey will take roughly 50 minutes. Buses run every 2-3 hours, Monday-Saturday. 

There is a kitchen at The Granary with drinking water, a kettle, mugs, glasses, and tea and coffee making facilities. For most events and workshops the organiser will arrange for snacks/lunch/dinner to be available (check your event details). You are also welcome to bring your own food with you.
Our unisex toilets are in a separate building just outside the Granary. There are two cubicles (both standard sized).
We are lucky to have such a beautiful building to use for our events, but the downside to using an old Granary as an arts centre is that it can get a bit cold. We do have heating, but it can still feel chilly on a cold day so bring layers! 

Our building is raised on staddle stones, and has a flight of 5 steps from the ground to the front door. Not ideal from an accessibility point of view, but we do what we can to make everyone feel welcome and able to enjoy our workshops and events in spite of this! If you have any concerns, would like to discuss/plan your visit before you arrive, or would like to talk over how we can make entering and exiting the building easier for you please do contact us.

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