Friday 6th November - Saturday 7th November
The resilient and creative crafts people of Moretonhampstead are having a Crafts Open Studios event on Friday November 6th and Saturday 7th from 10.00 to 4.00 p.m.
It will be a chance to see a variety of crafts, including pottery, weaving, wood work, willow craft, shoe-making, herbal cosmetics and felt making. Twelve of Moreton’s makers are showing their work, over eight venues. You will be able to meet the makers and, in most cases, see the place where they work. A great way to spend a morning or an afternoon and support your local makers – and make a start on your Christmas shopping! Moreton’s cafes are open for business and can provide refreshments to keep you going.
A list of all eight venues will be available from the Information Centre or Central Cafe and from each of the venues on the day. Also on the Greenhill Arts website – www.greenhillarts.co.uk
Covid 19 safety measures will be in place in all venues.
Taja at Cross Tree Pottery requires booking in advance, to help with social distancing.
Tel: 01647-440708 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
LIST OF VENUES - The numbers will be displayed outside the venues:
1 Greenhill Arts – 23 Fore St. TQ13 8LL - Winter exhibition of arts and crafts
2 Cross Tree Pottery – 38 Cross Street - Porcelain pottery by Taja (booking essential for this venue – Tel: 01647-440708 or email email@example.com
3 Bellacouche Felt - Unitarian Chapel – Cross Street TQ13 8BG - Felt work by Yuli Somme and Willow weaving by Katherine Miles
4 Mearsdon Manor – 32 Cross Street - Marieke Ringel – ceramic sculpture - Nicky Thompson - Jewellery - Monica Pokropek - Weaving
5 Green Shoes – The Old Chapel, 26a Cross Street TQ13 8NL- Shoes and Leather goods - Bundy Riley – Herbal Skin care
6 Ponderosa - Station Road - Mike Jefferey - Wood turning and carpentry
7 26 Court Street - TQ13 8LG - Maggie Rowell - sewing and textiles
8 The Studio – 44a Court Street TQ13 8LG - Penny Simpson – pottery
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