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East Quay
Zoe Snape is a contemporary multi-media artist who lives and works in West Somerset. Her studio is open to the public and is fully accessible to wheelchair users as part of the East Quay arts centre. East Quay is about culture, purpose and imagination. In its harbourside location, it houses a gallery, restaurant, studios and places to stay. 

Studio 7 Opening Hours:
10am until 3pm Tuesday to Friday 
Saturdays 10am until 5pm

During Somerset Arts Weeks:
Tuesday to Friday 9.30am until 3pm
Saturdays and Sundays 10am until 5pm
Saturday 24th September until Sunday 9th October 2022.




Address
  Studio 7, First Floor, East Quay, Harbour Road, Watchet, Somerset TA23 0AQ.

Email
 through Contact page              

 

Parking:

Watchet has several long-stay, pay and display car parks. The nearest to East Quay is the Harbour Road car park, Watchet, Somerset, TA23 0ET.

 

By public transport:
The nearest mainline station is Taunton, which connects to the Buses of Somerset route 28. The bus drops off on Harbour Road, close to East Quay. Please check bus and train times for compatible journey connections before you travel.

By bicycle:
Get to Watchet by bike via a network of off-road and on-road routes. Please check https://www.somerset.gov.uk/waste-planning-and-land/walking-and-cycling-maps/#Our-maps and https://www.steamcoasttrail.org/ for safety tips, maps and more.

By road:
The M5 Motorway passes by Taunton. To reach Watchet, leave the M5 at Junction 25 (Taunton) and follow signs for Minehead. Alternatively, if approaching from the north you can leave the M5 at Junction 24 (Bridgwater) and follow the A39 towards Minehead and then Watchet.

 

By steam train:

https://www.west-somerset-railway.co.uk

 

By boat:

http://themarinegroup.co.uk/marinas/watchet/

 

Accessibility
There are multiple access points to Zoe's studio. There is a lift and access to the first-floor walkways found from the railway line side, along the footpath that leads to Splash Point. 


East Quay Website