Parkway Farm Business Centre

Parkway Farm is a 2ha site south of Middle Farm Way. This site is being developed for heavier industrial uses (B2), which are ideally separated from residential areas.

Weymouth College moved its Centre of Vocational Excellence in Stonemasonry Skills to Parkway Farm in 2008. Here, in addition to stone masonry, students learn traditional craft skills such as conventional construction techniques including plastering, wall tiling and plumbing. Stonemasonry students from all over Europe travel to attend the school.

In 2016 the Dorset Centre for Creative Arts opened, offering short art courses and specialising in traditional skills such as Viking jewellery and bronze casting, as well as creative writing and film making classes.

Architects: David Oliver and Lionel Gregory Architects

Stonemason working at the Stonemasonry school run by Weymouth College

Stonemason working at the Stonemasonry school run by Weymouth College

    Stonemason working at the Stonemasonry school run by Weymouth College Stonemason working at the Stonemasonry school run by Weymouth College HRH The Prince of Wales visiting Notarianni glass based in Parkway Farm A stonemasonry student showing HRH The Prince of Wales his work during a Royal visit