frequently asked questions

facilities & accessibility

Is there a cashpoint on site?

There is no cashpoint at Farnham Maltings. The nearest cashpoint is in Farnham Town Centre, approximately 10 minutes’ walk away. Although most exhibitors will take card payments, it may be helpful to have some cash on you for those who don’t. On entry to the festival, cash payments allow easier and quicker access.

Will I be able to purchase food / refreshments at festival of crafts? 

Yes. One of the lovely things about the Farnham Maltings’ festival experience is the opportunity to enjoy the in-house food choices. The Maltings’ Riverside Café will be open throughout the day serving breakfast and lunch. There is also the Foyer Bar and Cellar Bar where you can pick up a range of snacks and drinks.

How is the festival accessible to those with access requirements? 

With our new and upgraded lift systems, all the rooms used are accessible to those with access requirements. If you would like more information on workshop accessibility, please email or call 01252 745444.

I am a Blue Badge Holder. Where can I park and do I need to pay to park?

We have four designated disabled spaces at the front of the car park, opposite the entrance to the building. If you are Blue Badge holder, you will not have to pay for parking.

parking & transport

The Maltings has its own car park outside the building. For more information on how to arrive by road, please read.

Where else can I park if the Maltings’ car park is full?

There are other car parks around the town where you will able to park including Farnham Train Station Car Park, Wagon Yard Car Park and Central Car Park. Most of these are in a 10 minute walking distance from the Maltings.

How easy is it to get to the Maltings by train?

Farnham is approximately 55 minutes from London Waterloo and there are regular services (ranging from half hourly to hourly). The Maltings is a five-minute walk from Farnham Railway Station.