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Craft Group

Details:

Open:  Friday 9am to 2pm, Saturday 9.30am to 12.30pm

Phone: .55962108 Joan Dunn Secretary/treasurer, Shirley, President:  .55962206

Located opposite the BP service station and open Friday and Saturday mornings.

Description:

See photos of some of the craft items are below. They are really very good!

Many of our members provide kitchen and garden produce.

Local honey, Oranges, lemons, mandarines and various other fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden are available in season.

The shop is a great place to find gifts for all the family at very moderate prices.

New members are always welcome.

The price of goods is set by the maker/grower and a small percentage goes to the Craft shop group to cover upkeep and insurances.

When possible the group donates funds to local charities

Being a member of the group is a great way to explore various arts and crafts. 

2014 Event

Raffle drawing

Felt hats by Sue.

Plates by Loris.

Jewellery by Jan.

Wool scarves and felting from Nepal by Helen.

Paintings by Carol.

Plants by Maureen.

Scarves by Helen.

handtowels by Helen.

Knitting by Shirley.

GardenGate nursery by Christine.

 

 2013 Event

Garden and craft show 21Sept2013

Claire pottery 2013

Craft show knitting 2013

Craft show felting  2013

Garden and craft show 18aug12

Lismore craft show, August 2011

 

 

Details

Phone: .55962108 Joan Dunn Secretary/treasurer

Shirley, President:  .55962206

Located opposite the BP service station and open Friday and Saturday mornings.

Description

One member paints lovely fine china objects another makes cute craft items

from felt and beads. 

Many of our members provide kitchen and garden produce.

Local honey, Oranges, lemons, mandarines and various other fruits and vegetables fresh from the garden are available in season.

The shop is a great place to find gifts for all the family at very moderate prices.

New members are always welcome.

The price of goods is set by the maker/grower and a small percentage goes to the Craft shop group to cover upkeep and insurances.

When possible the group donates funds to local charities

Being a member of the group is a great way to explore various arts and crafts.