Coronavirus News - 23rd October 2021

Government restrictions have now been lifted but there is still a high incidence of COVID-19 in the area. Please continue to observe social distancing, wear face coverings in our shops and use the hand sanitiser provided.

Monday 3rd January 2022


Some other events in January 2022

Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th February 2022

Sauvage – International Textile Exhibition

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. With “wild” as the theme for its 2021 competition the European Patchwork Meeting tries to inspire a trend towards freedom, opening new and enriching perspectives, an approach off the beaten track which, we hope,
will inspire you.

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Wednesday 5th January 2022 - Sunday 27th March 2022

Threads in Sheds

The British Tapestry Group National Members touring exhibition aims to preserve the heritage of tapestry weaving and to celebrate contemporary creativity.
Members from across the organisation, who are at various stages of their weaving career have created new works which use a significant element of silk. The exhibition tour starts at Whitchurch Silk Mill, Hampshire.

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Saturday 12th March 2022

Cumbrian Retrospective – Diane Standen

Since moving to Cumbria over two decades ago Dianne’s work has been inspired by the Lake District landscape and the Cumbrian Coast.  This retrospective exhibition showcases twenty years of experimenting with techniques and materials that seek to capture natural textures. Since the start of the recent Covid lockdown she has focused on ways of economically using beautiful yarns and that more recent work is reproduced in the exhibition as “Wrapped Work”.

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 - Sunday 20th March 2022

The Art of Freedom – Andrew Sharrock

Andrew Sharrock is a fine art photographer from Southport, Northwest England. He studied photography at the University of Central Lancashire, with his main specialist area being landscape and coastlines. Andrew uses ‘Intentional Camera Movement’ in his work, which primarily features the Northwest coast of England where the conditions and elements inspire him as ‘ the elements that surround us are eternal yet the majority are oblivious to its magic

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Wednesday 12th January 2022 7:30pm

Wives, Widows Spinsters – Women did write wills

Talk by Anna Wilson

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Wednesday 26th January 2022 7:30pm

Roman Roads

Talk by David Routlege

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