Update, as of 3 June
A few things have popped up over the past few weeks. We are now happy to open to drop ins, but we will keep the same advice that it is better to book in as we’re a busy workshop and can’t always stop to attend to you. But we will always try our best.
We’ve had problems with our emails over the past year which are now fixed. After a long fiasco with different phone companies our phoneline is finally fixed, but we’ve been issued a new number. We’re in the process of updating it on this site, but we need a bit of time to check it’s correct everywhere. Here is the definitive for sure correct number if you’ve struggled to get through using another number you’ve seen on this site or elsewhere:
Click here for our booking system for either a telephone conversation (we will call you) or to come in to the workshop. This ensures we can keep the social distancing going as our space isn’t big.
For any other enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to navigate to our booking system.
I would like to see beauty all around us, not only in the things that are about us in our daily lives but also in how these things were made, in how we paid for them, in how our choices show that we treat our fellow dwellers on this earth with respect.
This quote from Bill Coperthwaite’s A Handmade Life summarises the way we approach our work and our lives. I want great products and to pay an honest amount for them. We believe that by living a gentle and considerate life we can reduce our impact on the planet and be happier. We’re working on reducing our environmental impact by using sustainable materials and by making beautiful products that will stand the tests of time. Our aim is to live and work with consideration for the natural world and future generations.