Local Makers Craft Fair At Christmas

Come and meet some of our local craft makers and find out more about what inspires them to create in this Christmas themed fair. Featuring some of the very best of our local craft makers. You can buy hand made gifts, beautifully crafted jewellery, pottery and driftwood  inspired items

Free gift wrapping service for any purchase made on the day!


Mervyn Thomas Ceramics

I have recently returned to ceramics following retirement, having first studied it in the 1960’s. I enjoy throwing on the wheel. Mainly I make bowls, and glazed porcelain jewellery.

Phil Cook

Phil Cook Creations
Phil began his creative journey painting in oils at 10 years old and has since gained 25 years experience as a photographer.I draw on my formal training and emotional journey to create intense and highly original art.


Boom & Tinkle – Liverpool based Jewellery Maker.

I have always enjoyed art and have been doing some sort of crafting, creating or making for as long as I can remember. This has grown and stayed with me though out adulthood, I am always keen and excited to try new techniques but also love the more traditional techniques.

Lynn Hunter – Southport based Jewellery designer.

My inspiration comes from nature, books and life around me. It gives me pleasure using myimagination and expertise making jewellery for others to enjoy.


Jenny Robson

A freelance Illustrator, Printmaker and surface pattern designer. I love creating bright, eye-catching designs inspired by nature and design of the 1950s and 60s .
My designs are mainly hand drawn and produced using traditional printmaking techniques including screenprinting, monotypes and linocuts. 

Lisa Langan

Lisa’s still life paintings of food, plates and cutlery might seem to depict a rather ordinary mealtime scene, they’re primarily about relationships. “The relationship with myself and/or others, with underlying stories,” explains the artist. “They are autobiographical where I have situated myself invisibly in the foreground of a tabletop. The onlooking viewers can also find themselves standing in the same place, confronted by each scenario, they know nothing about.”





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