We have a community of very special people who lift us up, inspire us and support us. To you we are truly grateful.
Heritage Crafts Association
The Heritage Crafts Association is the advocacy body for traditional heritage crafts. Working in partnership with Government and key agencies, it provides a focus for craftspeople, groups, societies and guilds, as well as individuals who care about the loss of traditional crafts skills, and works towards a healthy and sustainable framework for the future.
Hugh is a Commercial still life studio product photographer. His specialties are: Studio still life product photography, Water photography and dry ice effects.
Classic Hand tools
Classic Hand Tools sell the UK’s finest hand tools, books and accessories to woodworking enthusiasts and professionals since 2003. They also have a showroom in Suffolk where all their tools, books etc are on display.
Master woodworker, Derek Jones teaches high end woodworking classes at LowFatRoubo, and is also the editor of the UK’s premier woodworking magazine, Furniture & Cabinetmaking.
We are proud members of Blue Patch - a sustainable marketplace for UK eco and ethical design. Blue Patch is a Collective of outstanding sustainable and heritage businesses in the British Isles. Our members are passionate trailblazers, valuing their customers, caring about communities and striving to protect our fragile environment. Ethics and transparency are at the heart of the collective.
HAOS - Horsham Artists Open Studios
HAOS is an informal group of artists, working in a wide variety of different disciplines and mediums, all living or working in the Horsham District.
We meet up monthly to support each other and create opportunities to promote and sell our artwork. We have two main events each year; the HAOS Art Trail and the HAOS Contemporary Art Fair.
English Woodlands Timber
A private sawmill and timber merchant specialising in English, European and selected North American and Tropical Hardwoods. Situated in the West Sussex Downs, round timber has been sawn on their Cocking site since the 1940’s when the Canadian army established the mill to help in the war effort.
The Crafts Council is responsible for advancing craft in the UK. We harness the power of craft to: Champion new makers, Empower new making and Inspire new audiences. The directory is a way to discover craft and makers across the UK.
The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers
Formed as a guild in 1952, established as a livery company of the City of London in 1963, and granted a Royal Charter in 2013, the Furniture Makers’ Company has a long colourful history.
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