The Craft Centre is housed in the former Stable Block, which dates from the 1660’s with renovations and improvements made in Victorian times

The two-storey building was fully renovated over a period of five years by the owner and arts renovator, Amanda Oliver and her husband Bruce.

The Craft Centre, based in the former stable block of All Saints’ Church, is housed in the oldest building in Northamptonshire.

The Craft Centre is housed in the former Stable Block, which dates from the 1660’s with renovations and improvements.

The Craft Centre was designed to provide access to a variety of craft courses, skills and workshops that complement traditional art and design. It not only provides new opportunities for those who want to pursue a career in craft but also acts as a centre for arts education in the community.

We recommend you visit the Craft Centre for experiencing their full range of courses including: painting, pottery, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery-making and more!

The Craft Centre is located in the old stable block of a historic building, which dates from the 1660’s. The Craft Centre’s facilities are designed to provide a home for many craft-based businesses.

The building has had its share of alterations and improvements over the years, including recent renovations and changes, which have brought in modern amenities, such as a new kitchen and public toilets.

The Craft Centre was created by artisans who saw the need to set up their own venue close to where they live or work. They wanted to create a shared place where their fellow craftsmen could come together, learn new techniques and showcase their work.

The Craft Centre is the oldest building in Cheltenham, and the only one left in a row of buildings which once formed the stable yard to an important coaching inn.

The Craft Centre is housed in the former Stable Block, which dates from the 1660’s with renovations and improvements. It’s here you will find a beautifully restored, period-perfect space for crafting, where all of your creative ideas can come to life.

The Craft Centre was created as part of Town & Country Planning’s ‘Craft Neighbourhoods’ project. The aim of this project was to transform buildings into creative spaces like studios, galleries and offices for local artists, craftspeople and designers.

The Craft Centre is a working space and meeting place for crafters. It hosts regular workshops, craft battles, and creative events.

The Craft Centre was founded by Fiona Smith who started the Kingston Creative Group in the mid-1970s. She wanted a space that would give people of all levels of experience and skill a chance to learn, share ideas, and make connections.

The Craft Centre was housed in the former Stable Block dating from 1660s with renovations and improvements made by its founding members to create a unique meeting place for artists.

The Craft Centre which is housed in the former Stable Block was opened in 2008 and showcases 400 years of Staffordshire pottery.

The Craft Centre is housed in the former Stable Block, which dates from the 1660’s with renovations and improvements over time. The building has been restored to its original 1670s condition, so visitors can admire the historical significance of this building.

In addition to showcasing a selection of outstanding pieces for sale such as Staffordshire figures and tea sets, it also hosts several demonstrations throughout the day – pottery making, stone carving and wood turning.