Saturday 10th to Sunday 11th March
Farnham Maltings, Surrey, UK


Venue Information

Location and Time

The Squires Kitchen Exhibition 2018 will be held at Farnham Maltings on 10th and 11th March 2018.

Please note that there is very limited parking at the Farnham Maltings, you can find more information on car parking below.


Farnham Maltings
Bridge Square

Opening Times

Saturday 10th March 2018 10.00am - 5.00pm
Sunday 11th March 2018 10.00am - 5.00pm


Please note that there is very limited parking at the Farnham Maltings. We would advise parking at one of these car parks close to the venue:

  • Central, Victoria Road
  • Dogflud, Dogflud Way
  • Lower Hart, off Long Garden Way (near Waitrose)
  • Riverside 1, Dogflud Way
  • Riverside 2, Dogflud Way
  • St James, Dogflud Way
  • South Street, South Street (near Sainsbury's; maximum 4 hours' parking)
  • Upper Hart, Long Garden Way
  • Waggon Yard, Lower Church Lane

Please be aware that these car parks fill up quickly on Fridays and Saturdays. More information can be found by visiting the council's website, There will be a free minibus running every 15 minutes between the Squires Kitchen shop (opposite Farnham railway station) and the Maltings during exhibition opening hours. Please note, priority will be given to those attending miniclasses.

Public Transport


Farnham is on the mainline from London Waterloo and the Maltings is a short walk from the train station. The Squires Kitchen shop is situated on the corner of Waverley Lane as you exit the train station. Train timetables are available from National Rail Enquiries, call 08457 484950 or visit


Information on bus timetables is available from Traveline. Visit or call 0871 200 22 33.


Farnham has a return National Express service from London Victoria via Heathrow airport. For more information, visit the National Express website,

By air

Farnham is easy to get to from London Heathrow and London Gatwick and both airports are within an hour's drive of Farnham.

From London Heathrow Airport Terminal 1 walk to Heathrow Central Bus Station, Stand 1 which should take around seven minutes. From here, take the Woking RailAir/701coach towards Woking Railway Station Southside which takes around 45 minutes.

When you arrive, walk to Woking Rail Station which will take around 14 minutes. From Woking, take the South West Trains service towards Alton Rail Station. It is a 25 minute journey to Farnham Rail Station. The Farnham Maltings is a short walk from here.

From London Gatwick Airport South Terminal, walk to Gatwick Airport Rail Station which will take around 4 minutes. From here, take the First Great Western train towards Reading Rail Station. The journey to North Camp will take 52 minutes.

From North Camp Rail Station, walk to Ash Vale Rail Station which will take approx 19 minutes. From here, take a South West Trains service towards Alton Rail Station and get off in Farnham. The journey takes approximately 11 minutes.

For further information on these airports and services please see below.

0844 335 1801

0844 892 0322

National Rail Enquiries

Disabled Access

For disabled visitors to the exhibition, the Farnham Maltings endeavours to make all rooms and floors wheelchair accessible; however this is subject to lift equipment working on the day. For further information please contact the Farnham Maltings on 01252 745444. (For other exhibition information, contact Squires Kitchen on 0845 61 71 810.)

About the Maltings

At the heart of Farnham for 40 years, the Maltings is the cultural hub of the town, a collection of buildings that provides a place in which people can imagine, create and discover.

Converted from an historic 18th century brewery and tannery, the Maltings is a venue for the entire community, renowned for hosting some of the biggest names in folk music and stand-up comedy as well as being a unique resource for education and leisure. Home to several acclaimed theatre and dance companies, and a stable of multi-disciplinary artists, Farnham Maltings provides opportunities for artists from across the south of England to develop their own work.

To find out more about this fascinating building, visit the Maltings website.