The Waterside Scrapstore is open at various times throughout the week. We are a volunteer run organisation and can only open at the times our volunteers can commit to. You can help us stay open by Volunteering with us or spreading the word.
Opening times may vary during school holidays, check our website and Facebook page for further details.
|Monday||4.30 – 5.30pm||First and third of each month only.|
|Tuesday||1.00 – 2.30pm|
7.00 – 8.30pm
|Wednesday||1.00 – 2.30pm|
|Thursday||10.00am – 12.00pm|
|Friday||10.00am – 12.00pm|
|Saturday||1.30 – 3.00pm||Last Saturday of the month only.|
|Sunday and Public holidays|
The Scrapstore is located on the corner of Rumbridge Street and Osborne Road, near to the Spiritualist Church.
12-14 Rumbridge Street
Getting here by:
Rumbridge Street is easy to reach by car. There is some parking on Rumbridge Street itself, but we recommend our customers park in the public car park in Windsor Road a two minute walk away.
Due to the level crossing on Junction Road, traffic on Rumbridge Street may be stationary. If caught in this traffic, please be considerate to the people who live and work in the area by turning off your engine while waiting.
Users of Bluestar‘s 6 and 8 services between Southampton and Lymington and Hythe respectively can alight the bus at Batt’s Corner, only a minute away from the Scrapstore.
Moreover users of Bluestar’s 11 and 12 services between Southampton and West Totton and Calmore respectively, Salisbury Reds X7 service between Salisbury and Southampton and the City Red 1 between Calmore and Southampton can all alight in Totton town centre only 5 minutes walk away.
Totton railway station is only a five minute walk away down the High Street. From the station, exit on the south side of the station (Platform 2) and walk right along the High Street to Batt’s Corner. The journey is clearly signposted along its route – just follow the signs for Rumbridge Street.
Walking and Cycling
Directions to Rumbridge Street can clearly be found on the many signposts around Totton including the number of minutes it takes to walk there. From the Town Centre, simply walk down Junction Road to Batt’s Corner and turn right onto Rumbridge Street.
There are plenty of places to lock your bike in the area including outside of the county offices, the Co-op and at the car parks along in Windsor Road and at the far end of Rumbridge Street.