Contact & Location

Dealers:
USA

Chuck Levins
Phone: (301) 946-8808
Email: sales@chucklevins.com

China

Zijian Meng
Email: trumpet_mzj@hotmail.com

Address

Spencer Trumpets
Little Tree
Beacon View Road
Elstead
SURREY
GU8 6DT
United Kingdom

Email: will@willspencer.org
Tel: +44 (0)1252 706 767

Visiting the workshop:

By Car
From the A3, take the Milford/Elstead exit, and follow the B3001 past the folly on the right, (where much of Robin Hood was filmed) into Elstead. Just after the Woolpack pub on your left, at the village green, turn left towards Thursely and follow the road past the church on your right and then, the school on your left.
Turn left just after the school into Red House Lane, and then sharp right at the end. This is Beacon View Road, and Little Tree (Spencer Trumpets) is half way down on the left, just before the cricket green.
While it is possible to drive directly into Beacon View Road from Thursley Road the surface is extremely uneven and not suitable for some cars.

By Train
From London, customers can use a fast and regular train service from Waterloo Station, which will take around an hour to Godalming or Farncombe. From here, a ten minute taxi ride will take you to the workshop in Elstead.
Speedwell taxis, +44 (0)1483 331553. There is also a No.46 bus service to Elstead.
http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/7766/46-260515.pdf

By Plane
From Gatwick:
There is a train service to Guildford. From here you can change, and take a train to Godalming or Farncombe where you can take a taxi.
From Heathrow:
There are very regular trains to Central London or a bus to Woking. From Woking take a direct train to Godalming or Farncombe.

Around and about
The first known reference to Elstead was in 1128 and there are several sites of historical interest nearby. Further information can be found at the following site http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elstead. There are three good pubs in the village, offering fine beers and food. The Golden Fleece specialises in Thai cuisine and offers an excellent value lunch menu, while the Woolpack specialises in Italian cuisine. The Mill offers good pub food, with seating by the river.