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Lou Starr

Jonquil Tonge

Ken Briffett

Linda Mills

Chris Doyle

Sylvia Tomkinson

Simon Cowper

Carol Price

Carol Millard

Lisa Edgington

Andrew Pearson

Julie Turner

Michael and Colin Bury

Maisemore Artists

Bea Veness

John X Martin and Carol Message

Marian & Emma Forster

Bobbie Bale

Stuart Thompson, Sue Dunn and Annette Wood

Alex Poyner

Artists on the Quay

Art Invisible

Jan Griffiths and April Stephenson

Alison Hemmings

Liz Diggins

Bridget Bradshaw

Carol Dilley

Helena Hines

Bridget Pullen

Anita Bell

Di Collins

Zen Furniture

Jan Copsey

Trevor Hope

Steven Massey

Lesley Wood and Adrian Weston

Sue Long

Ken Yalden

Nic Cowper

Jules Roper

Jez Partridge

Rebecca Williams

Tuppenny Barn Artists

Deborah Richards

Harshad Mistry

Heather Bowring

Terry Smith

Jean and Dave Mallan

Tracy Sullivan

Aspire

The Hole in the Wall Pottery

Chris Abel

Life Drawing Group

ECA Emsworth Art Group

Friday Art Workshop

U3A Photography

Emsworth Watercolour Group

Maurice Broomfield Schools Photography Comp

Mike and Gail Styles

Kate Simms

Kerry M Vaughan

Stamatina Giannikaki

Barbara Jones

Chione Photography

Debra Hodgson

Anne Herbert, Fiona Pollard

Peter Cheyne

Frank Bailey

David Peduzzi

Judy Williams

Fabiola Knowles

Wensley Group

Ysobel Banfield, Studio 44a

Lydia Foster

Celia Henderson

Andrea Martin

Sue Thomas, Margaret Anthony

Kathryn Gray

How to Find Us

The picturesque fishing village of Emsworth in Hampshire is located on the south coast (between Chichester and Portsmouth) in the upper reaches of Chichester Harbour.

By Road –  Emsworth is on the A259 and is clearly signed from the M27/ A27 between Havant and Chichester.

By Rail – Emsworth Station is on the Southern Railway Brighton/London Victoria line with frequent trains along the south coast. The nearest mainline station is at Havant, with regular rail service to London Waterloo.

Buses –  The 700 Coastliner route has frequent services along the A259, from Portsmouth and Havant to Chichester and beyond.

On foot – There is still no pedestrian access between north and south Emsworth under the railways bridge in North Street.  There is an alternative route via Coldharbour Farm Land and Washington Road.

Parking – In the centre of Emsworth, there are three pay-and-display car parks and some free on-street parking restricted to 45 mins.  Although these car parks tend to fill up quickly, therein plenty of free on-street parking just a short distance away from the centre, and most of the venues away from the town centre also have plenty of free parking.

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