An altogether more civilised approach to Christmas shopping

As has become customary with Little Buckland Gallery’s autumn collectives, the exhibition will be complemented, on the final weekend, with a sale of unique and gorgeous artist-made gifts, including glass, jewellery, textiles and ceramics.

There will also be the products of local artisan makers, like Emma Heathcote and her award-winning Little Soap Company, and basketry and willow sculpture from weaver Susan Early, plus locally produced Cotswold Gold Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oils. Although, sadly, there will be no book-signing, this year, there will, once again, be a selection of magical, children’s illustrated books by the award-winning illustrator and author, Jackie Morris — who grew up in Broadway.

Artist-made decorations, a charming listed-barn location, and plenty of free parking make this one of the more enjoyable Christmas-shopping experiences you’ll have this year.

Tags: SPICE


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