I work in a spacious studio within the Turner Dumbrell Foundation Workshops in the pretty village of Ditchling, Sussex. The workshop complex is close to the vibrant Ditchling Art and Craft Museum and the village centre. Ditchling has a historic connection with traditional and heritage craft as it was the base for Eric Gill’s religious and artistic community in the early 20th century.
Unit 7, Turner Dumbrell Workshops,
Dumbrells Court Rd,
Parking available. Follow signage to the unit, which is inside the main building and does not have a retail shop front.
The basketry studio is open for members of the public to drop in on the first Friday of each month (excluding January) or by appointment . Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to get there
Dumbrells Court Rd is just off the B2112 on the edge of Ditchling Village ,going north towards Haywards Heath.The building is a old brick built converted farm building. There is signage on the building which is on the right and parallel with the road near a traffic calming chicane. Turn right from Dumbrells Court Rd into the workshop complex and park in either of the two courtyard parking areas.
Ditchling is a 10 minute drive from the A23/M23, a 15 min taxi ride from Burgess Hill Station, or 30 mins drive from Brighton.