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May 25th 2017

A while ago we had a visit from a very nice man, Steve. He arrived at our workshop, relieved to have found us as he was on a secret mission to get a tapestry made up for his wife, Roxanne. The tapestry was one that Roxanne had been stitching on and off for years, a very......

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April 1st 2017

It’s holiday season. We have blue skies, blossom, and sunshine too so it’s a great time for outdoor adventures. Here in Somerset there is so much to see and do, and we often give advice over the phone to Jolly Red customers about places they might like to visit if they’re going to ...

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March 1st 2017

It’s visiting season in our Somerset HQ, and in the last few weeks there’s been a steady flow of people popping in to pick up new tapestry projects, or bringing in completed tapestries for our Making up Service. If you’re planning a visit, bear in mind that we don’t keep to f...

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November 11th 2016

Earlier this year, Jackie, one of our Topsham friends, came to visit us in Somerset with two tapestries that she had stitched. She also brought with her an old but treasured tapestry on behalf of her friend, Kaye. The tapestry was stapled on to a board and didn’t look as though it would withst...

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September 30th 2016

It’s Macmillan’s big Coffee Morning day! Thank you for helping us to get our latest Macmillan fundraiser off to a great start, and for enabling us to make our first payment of the year of £160 to Macmillan Cancer Support, from sales of our first batch of Coffee With Friends kits and can...

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July 23rd 2016

As many of you know, we don’t keep to 9-5 hours in our workshop. Nor are we an actual shop in the traditional sense, although we do welcome visitors if you wouldn’t mind letting us know in advance the day that you’re likely to be coming in. You’d be amazed at how frequently s...

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Kind words from happy customers

Margaret, Cambs.

"My son John is so pleased with the teacosy made for his 50th birthday. He liked the personal touches (name, initials and date). He will be able to continue his British tea ceremony in America especially when watching Wimbledon." - Margaret, Cambs.

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