BY CAR

Please note! The studio is accessed directly from the A23 via a private junction.

From Brighton & Hove - Take the A23 North from Brighton & Hove. After the Henfield turning, signposted 'Henfield A281', continue on A23 for 1/4 mile. Take the slip road signposted 'Private Access'. Take the immediate left at the top of the slip road and continue into Redhouse Farm.

From London - take the A23 south. After Hurstpierpoint, Albourne, Henfield B2118, continue on A23 for 4.2 miles. Take the 2nd private junction signposted 'Private Access'. Take the 2nd turning left (the first NOT labelled 'Quarry Access'). Take a left and come through the underpass underneath the A23. Turn left and drive up the slip road, as though turning onto A23 in the wrong direction. Take the right turn immediately before the 'No Entry' signs. Continue into Redhouse Farm.

BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT

By Bus - The number 17 bus operated by Stagecoach stops 2 minutes walk from the studio on the A281. The stop is called 'Redhouse Farm, Newtimber' and the bus driver must be requested to stop there. Please note! Although regular during the day, the last bus in either direction is at approximately 6:30pm. From the bus stop on A281, walk North on the small lane, you will reach the studio in 1-2 minutes. The 40, 40X, 270, 271 and 273 all stop approximately 15 minutes walk from the studio in Pyecombe.

By Train - Hassocks Station is the closest to the studio. It is well served both from Brighton and the Southern & Thameslink departing London stations. It is a £12-15 taxi ride to the studio from Hassocks Station. There is a taxi company based at Hassocks Station although it's worth contacting us first so we can explain the best route to take.

By Bike - The cycle ride to the studio is great, we'd really recommend it. The studio is located on the main National Cycle Network Route 20 which runs from Brighton to Crawley. It passes right by the studio at Redhouse Farm. From the A23/A27 junction at the North of Brighton it is approximately a 20 minute cycle to the studio.