Badger Farm has good transport links to the with buses running regularly into the centre of Winchester and beyond. Details of how to get to the Community Centre by bus, train and taxi are below.

Buses

An information panel at Winchester station giving the times of buses to Badger Farm and other local destinationsStagecoach bus runs a regular bus service from the centre of Winchester and Winchester station to both Badger Farm and to the edge of Oliver’s Battery. The number 5 bus runs to the edge of Oliver’s Battery and to Badger Farm every 10 minutes during the day and has a half-hourly or hourly service in the evening.

For visitors who drive to Winchester, Stagecoach also offer a Park & Ride service. The South Winchester P&R is located off Junction 11 of the M3 and the East Winchester P&R (St Catherine’s and Barfield) is located off Junction 10 of the M3.

BlueStar buses run regular services from Winchester to Southampton and Eastleigh.

Trains

Winchester station is situated a short walk from the city centre. Several train companies run services to and from Winchester:

  • South West Trains: Winchester is on the direct line from Weymouth to London Waterloo. Dowload the most recent timetables here.
  • CrossCountry Trains: Winchester is on their Manchester to The South West
    & South Coast network, offering direct trains to Oxford, Birmingham and Manchester.
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Details of the parking available around the station can be found on parkopedia.

A man walking down a narrow street in Winchester.Taxis

 

For journeys further afield, there is a company based in Oliver’s Battery specialising in airport transfers and long distance travel: Winchester Executive Travel.