About Us

Bosham Walk Art & Craft Centre. Inside an old world setting you will find a collection of 20 little shops on two floors. Here you can watch artists and craftsmen at work, paint your own ceramics glazed in our kiln  and see a range of items distinctive from those found elsewhere, making Bosham Walk the ideal place for “having a go” or purchasing that special gift. Courses are frequently held in the Studio at Bosham Walk and some shops offer both adults and children an opportunity to try new crafts. After browsing around the village and the Craft Centre a delicious selection of homemade refreshments can be enjoyed in Baileys Tea Rooms.

Bosham is situated on the coast 3 miles west of Chichester, 15 miles east of Portsmouth and is one of the oldest, most picturesque villages in West Sussex. Bosham history features King Canute (Holding back the tide), King Harold and the Bayeux Tapestry. The village itself is a small fishing and sailing village on one of the creeks of Chichester Harbour, it has a quaint old Saxon church and still retains its old Quay and Watermill.

The Craft Centre has 20 small shops of individual crafts on two floors. The ground floor is similar to an old style shopping street with flag stone floors, there are olde world wooden beams and the shops are finished in keeping with the surroundings. On this floor also, are glass cabinets with many more interesting crafts displayed. There are many more shops on the first floor and a light and airy gallery with a variety of paintings by local artists. Some of the shops are working studios where the artists and crafts people are happy to discuss what they are making. The whole Walk is under one roof which was many years ago, originally a garage then yacht chandlers before being converted into the building you see today.

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