Afonwen Craft & Antique Centre will be reopening on the 13th April with slightly reduced opening times (10:00am to 4:00pm). From this date, our visiting artists will be back demonstrating and showing off their work. You’ll also be able to browse our gift shop and antique collection, as well as purchase takeaway drinks and cakes from Edenshine Restaurant.
We’re hoping to offer outside dining from the 26th April. However, we’re still waiting for confirmation from the Welsh Government. For the latest updates, follow us on Facebook or give us a call on 01352 720797.
You can still order takeaway food from Edenshine Restaurant. You can place an order over the phone and collect it from the centre without leaving your car. Click the button below to find out more.
demonstrations & workshops
Every month, we have a variety of talented craftspeople who visit Afonwen Craft & Antique Centre. They’ll usually bring along a sample of their beautiful collections, perform entrancing demonstrations of their skills, and chat about their beautiful work.
We have visiting artists who specialise in:
Jewellery making, textile work, stichwork, weaving, illustration, painting (with various materials), hot wax art, greeting cards, and much more.
Check back every week as we’re always updating this calendar with details about upcoming events.
Liz will be bringing along her Spring collection of day and evening bags (with a twist of glamour) as well as other textile work she creates.
Liz is able to take commissions and sometimes makes items using your own materials.
Thelma has a very delicate style, which is often reflected in her pretty paintings of flowers, sea, and landscapes in pastels. She has a great collection of prints of landscapes, seascapes, and floral designs.
Thelma is happy to stop to chat and takes private commissions on request.
Marie has a fascinating collection of crafts, artwork, and sculptures of mythical and mystical figures. She also has a collection of semi-precious gemstone jewellery and Lino prints inspired by Victorian prints of animals and flowers.
Jackie has a beautiful selection of handmade jewellery, made using semi-precious gemstones, beads, and ore.
Jackie will be busy adding to her collection both days, but is happy to stop and chat. She is also able to do some small repairs on your own broken pieces of treasured jewellery.
Linda and Sue make lovely pieces of jewellery using many different materials – including resin, fused glass, gemstone, and braided (in a variety of colours and designs). The girls also have some handmade cards (for various occasions), boxed frame pictures, as well as tote bags, cushion covers, and keyrings.
Elaine has a lovely handmade jewellery collection, made with a variety of different materials (beaded, wirework, and Swarovski). She’ll also be bringing a cute collection of knitted teddy bear clothes (perfect for ‘Build a Bear’ size).
Elaine also offers a re-stringing service.
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