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Ash & Co. Workshops

  • Crondall
  • Indoor
  • Ages 4-12
  • Arts and Crafts

Attraction Information

Got mini makers who love getting crafty? Head down to Ash & Co Workshops in Crondall, a great woodwork venue where you and your little ones can create something awesome. 

In a selection of fun workshops designed for little ones, kids as young as 5 can get hands-on and get busy. Let their imaginations run wild and head to a Scrappy Races workshop, where little car lovers will get to build a mini car out of scrap wood, and once your creation is raring to go, race them down some tracks and see who wins! 

Join in with the Character Building workshop, and make your very own little mascot. Little ones can build their own project and get as creative as they want when making their wooden fun-sized friends, we wonder what they’ll come up with!
  • Great choice of woodwork classes for kids 
  • Build your very own mini car 
  • Loads of fun for all the family
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Opening hours

School Holidays
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 12:00 and 14:00 - 16:00
Kids workshops run on selected weekends throughout the year
Regular open maker sessions coming Spring 2020


General Admission
Workshops from £19.95
(Tickets for under 16s include a free adult)

Travel & Contact Information


9 Marsh Farm Business Park, Bowling Alley, Crondall, Hampshire, GU10 5RJ, England

Phone number

01252 851 464



Click here to visit Ash & Co. Workshops' website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Ash & Co. Workshops has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

No, there are no dining options.

No, Ash & Co. Workshops is not wheelchair friendly.

No, Ash & Co. Workshops have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

No dogs allowed
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