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How to get here

The Chantry Centre is centrally located in Andover town centre with easy access by car, bus, rail or on foot.

Car Park

​There is a safe and secure multistorey car park next to the Chantry Centre with 561 spaces. 

Address: Western Avenue, Andover, SP10 1BN. 

Car park opening hours: 

Monday – Saturday: 7am – 11pm 

Sundays & Bank Holidays: 9am – 5pm 

Please be aware the car park is locked outside of these hours. 


76 short stay bays (up to 1 hour) 

444 long stay spaces 

31 disabled spaces

10 motorcycle spaces


Parking charges apply Mon – Sat, 8:30am – 4pm.

Parking is free outside of these hours and all day Sundays and bank holidays.   

Motorcycles can park for free in designated motorcycle bays. 

Up to 2 hours: £1.00

Up to 3 hours: £2.00

Up to 4 hours: £3.00

Up to 5 hours: £4.00

All Day: £5.90 

Payment can be made by cash or card.

This car park is managed by Test Valley Borough Council. Find out more here. 

By Car

Empty Bus

By Bus: 


Andover Bus station is located directly next to the shopping centre with regular services operating from surrounding areas. 

The main local operator is Stagecoach. The Cango community bus also provides a ‘hail and ride’ service for commuters in Hurstbourne Tarrant, St Mary Bourne and Enham Alamein travelling to Andover. 

Contact information: 

Stagecoach website

Cango Community Bus website / 0845 6024 135

By Rail: 


The Chantry Centre is about a 10-minute walk away from Andover rail station. Upon leaving the station, simply follow the pedestrian signs to the town centre. Andover is conveniently located on the main London Waterloo to Exeter railway line. 

Contact information: 

Find out more at South Western Railway.

Find out more at Trainline. 

Legs in Jeans

On Foot: 


The Chantry Centre can be accessed directly from the High Street, just behind the Guildhall. The centre can also be accessed via Upper High Street, leading in from Newbury Street. 

Access may also be gained from the covered walkway connecting West Street to Waterloo Court and from the gated pathway leading off Chantry Street. 

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