How to find us...
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Office opening hours
Tuesday- Friday, 10am – 6pm
Studio opening hours
Tuesday: 10am – 10pm
Wednesday 10am – 10pm
Thursday 10am – 10pm
We are 7 minutes walk from Lea Bridge Station, with trains twice an hour to Tottenham Hale and Stratford. Here's the timetable. From Tottenham Hale (7 minutes journey away) it's a short snap into central London via the Victoria line, and a quick overground journey to London Liverpool St.
The W19 from Walthamstow Central stops just around the corner (and leaves to go back there from right outside the building). We are 7 minutes walk from Lea Bridge Road, served by 55 and 56 buses into Hackney.
We are also well-served by the cycle routes around the Lee Valley - one of them leads right up to the door. Just navigate through the Lee Valley Riding Centre to avoid all roads!
There are two large private car parks just next to the building. They are very reasonably priced - it's £3 for a 3-hour stay or £6 for an eight-hour stay.
Walking directions from Lea Bridge station
Turn left onto Argall Way. When you hit the roundabout, turn right. At the end of the first building on the left (opposite Staffa Road) you will see a cafe called Lighthaus, and above it a larg sign saying Mentmore Studios. Turn down the alley on the left just after Lighthaus - Turning Earth can be reached through the lift on the side of the building, or via a staircase through a gate right at the back (walk through our little garden and turn left).
Walking directions from W19 bus stop
Get off at Argall Ave, stop AP. Keep walking in the same direction of travel as the bus, and follow the road, which circles right around a roundabout. You will eventually see Mentmore Studios on the right (there's a big metallic sign on the building). Cross the road and go down the alley next to Lighthaus Cafe. You will see the Turning Earth sign on the wall on the left.
Turning Earth can be reached through the lift on the side of the building, or via a staircase through a gate right at the back (walk through our little garden and turn left).