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We love this quote from The V&A and Crafts Council  exhibition Power of Making in 2011 because it sums up perfectly how we feel:

“For many people, making is critical for survival. For others, it is a chosen vocation: a way of thinking, inventing and innovating. And for some it is simply a delight to be able to shape a material and say ‘I made that’. The power of making is that it fulfils each of these human needs and desires. Those whose craft and ingenuity reach the very highest levels can create amazing things. But making is something everyone can do. The knowledge of how to make – both everyday objects and highly-skilled creations – is one of humanity’s most precious resources”.

You know it. So why not browse our directory to discover a great workshop close to you?

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    Creative Countryside Magazine

    Creative Countryside Magazine is an online journal and quarterly printed magazine for wild and wholehearted folk. For those who strive to live more slowly, who are inspired by the first snowdrop and who walk outside in the rain. Also for lovers of stories, everyday adventures and local traditions. For those Read more [...]

  • Fforest

    fforest is the result of a dream – the dream of trying to remember what ‘simple’ can look, feel and taste like. We have places to stay, eat, run, swim, relax and enjoy. Across our 3 sites we have accommodation types to suit all requirements and levels of comfort. Most of Read more [...]

  • Tiny Homes Workshops

    What are Tiny Homes workshops and holidays all about? After fourteen successful seasons of running one of the UK’s first glamping businesses Helen & Frazer Cunningham have created Tiny Homes Holidays with the dream of taking the Glamping vibe even further to create an all year round sustainable ‘Tiny Homes’ Boutique Retreat. Expect Read more [...]

  • Trill Farm

    Trill Farm is a 300 acre mixed organic farm and B&B set in the rolling hills and woodlands of east Devon, close to the Jurassic coast. The Trill Farm story Romy Fraser (founder of Neal’s Yard Remedies) and her family bought the farm in 2008 with the aim of developing Read more [...]

  • Selvedge

    The Magazine At the heart of the Selvedge story is a cerebral and sensual addiction to cloth and with that an appreciation of the beautifully made and carefully considered.  Having been drawn to textiles since childhood, Polly Leonard studied embroidery and weaving and taught textiles for ten years.  Frustrated at the Read more [...]

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