Jinney Ring Craft Centre – Craft Makers
Hanbury Road, Hanbury, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, Worcestershire, B60 4BU
Beautiful 200 year old barns converted into 12 craft studio workshops, plant shop, daytime farmhouse restaurant, craft gallery and gift shop. Superb landscape gardens with stunning views of the Malverns.
Belinda Terry Jewellery
Belinda designs and makes jewellery in silver and gold combined with semi-precious stones and beads. She has a very distinctive style which has developed her a strong following in the area. She makes many items on a commission basis, either for a special occasion or perhaps to match a particular outfit
If you are looking for a special gift, wedding favours, or just a treat for yourself this workshop will add a real sweetener to your visit!
You will be drawn into the workshop by the sweet smell of molten chocolate, where you can watch chocolate being hand tempered, moulded, then filled with chocolate deli’s own recipes for fillings.
Enjoy the experience of personalising your chocolate box by choosing which chocolates go in the box, then watch it being hand wrapped and decorated.
Mike Salt Art Studio
Mike Salt, the resident Jinney Ring Artist, paints in his studio here. He has a lovely selection of his work on show and is always happy to talk about commissions and lessons.
Pegs – makers of soft furnishings and home accessories.
pegs is a new outlet producing hand-made textile items – cushions, bunting, decorations, bags, pin boards, the list grows by the day. Bespoke orders can be placed.
Grace has a life-long passion for making things and has produced hand-made commissions for friends and family for a number of years. When the opportunity to launch her own business arose, Grace jumped at the chance – the start of what we hope will be a real home grown success story for the Jinney Ring.
New and Nearly New Cashmere
Kathleeen Florance is selling, repairing and upcycling old cashmere garments such as jumpers, cardigans and shirts, all while promoting her environmentally conscious message in reducing clothing waste for such a precious material.
The Pottery Workshop
A group of four potters combine their gifts and skills in this craft unit. They have very different styles and make a vast array of items which are on sale in their unit. You can also see them at work throwing clay and making art!
Between them they make a huge variety of pottery items including house signs, lamps, garden ornaments as well as pots, animals, wall hangings and plaques.
Top Glass is a glass blowing studio where molten glass can be seen blown in the old fashioned way. It is fascinating to watch the colourful glass turn into a stunning piece of tableware or art. The studio is situated close to the car-park and is often the first port of call on a cold and wet day as the furnace is normally red hot!
William Piper is a professional violin maker, the old fashioned way. He hand makes all of his violins from carefully selected woods, to ensure he makes a beautiful instrument – to look at and to play.
Open every day except Sunday.
This workshop houses the wood artists who make jigsaw trees (see picture), pens and house signs amongst other things. These handcrafted products all have a story and make lovely gifts.
Paige Elizabeth Leatherworks
Passionate about crafting real, high-quality, handmade accessories out of leather, Paige ensures her work is personalised to her customer. Her creations include dog collars and leads, passport covers, handbags, notepads and more.
Lesley and Dave from the BCM Craft Ale House in Evesham have teamed up with local business owners Ros and Steve to bring a selection of delicious, locally-produced craft ales and ciders, all brewed withing 25 miles of the Jinney Ring.
Wagon House Gardens
Be greeted by a beautiful array of colours as you peruse Nurseryman Karl Strawbridge’s varied selection of houseplants and flowers. With specialty advice on their care, as well as a selection of wild bird feed, they can ensure there’s something to spruce up your house or garden.