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We are delighted to invite you to our second annual Open Day! Come and see our studio and shop at the Royal Ordnance Depot in Weedon, Northamptonshire. We’ve also invited some of our favourite businesses to come along and join us in a mini-marketplace.

There are other things to see and do on-site, including a visitor centre for exploring the site’s heritage, a bookshop, a café, vintage shops, a climbing wall, and more..!



Joining us on the day will be:

Dragon Hill Studio

Ewe & Ply

Fruitful Fusion


Katie Green

Provenance Craft Co.




Tea, coffee and cake will be available – hurrah! We have also arranged for some hot food to be prepared in our big hall, street food style. Vegetarian and gluten-free options will be served, although of course, please do ask the caterer for a full ingredients list if you have an allergy.



Our studio is on the first floor of Building 14, with stair-only access. We regret that this is not fully inclusive for those with mobility issues. If there is anything we can do to accommodate you and make your visit easier, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
There will be plenty of seating available.

Site Map

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site map

How to find us

The venue address is:
Building 14 Royal Ordnance Depot
Bridge Street

By car, Weedon is 4 miles from junction 16 of the M1 motorway. The main entrance to the site is on Bridge Street. Don’t let your satnav take you down Cavalry Hill because you will not be able to gain entrance from there.

You can park on-site, on either side of the canal (see site map) or just before Building 5 if there is space. Please look out for pedestrians at all times when driving on-site. If there is no room, there is an additional off-site car park a short walk away on Bridge Street.

By public transport, there is a regular bus service that runs between Rugby, Daventry, and Northampton – full timetable.

By canal, the Grand Union Canal runs directly through Weedon, and the venue is a 5 minute walk from the towpath. Sadly, the arm that runs down the centre of the Royal Ordnance Depot has been cut off from the Grand Union, but you will be able to see where boats used to come in!