A glass artist, Jennie’s diachronic jewellery is inspired by her passion for colour.
She has developed a collection which comprises of styles to suit all ages and styles.
Inspired by her love of Alpacas and Jacobs sheep, Paula has developed a wide range of handmade products using her flocks’ wool, including felt making kits.
The Lanolin Soap made from her sheep’s wool comes highly recommended.
Pottery inspired by the Sussex countryside.
Jayne uses clay that she digs on her own land and the ash that she uses to create some glazes is taken from their wood burning stove.
A conscientious Tunbridge Wells crafts man, Ross Lockhart uses only native wood that is a side product from forest management programs.
With each piece sold, money is invested into replanting programs of common and endangered tree species.
Nick Long is a woodturner, furniture and candle maker who uses mainly locally sourced timbers.
His candles are made from a blend of Sussex beeswax and non-GM soya wax.
Local woodturner Charlie makes a range of CE approved traditional wooden toys. The selection includes rattles, abacus, pull along trains all featuring an educational aspect be it shapes, numbers, geometry to name but a few.
He also has a small selection of games for all ages.