HERITAGE CRAFT CENTRE OPEN DAYS
The public is invited to immerse themselves in the world of heritage crafts this summer and uncover for themselves the secrets behind the creation of beautiful handmade items. Grandey’s Place Heritage Craft Centre, which lies between Bishop’s Stortford and Much Hadham, is opening its workshops and studios to the general public on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th July for an unrivalled chance to see master craftspeople and artists at work.
Grandey’s Place was founded in 2019 and is now home to nineteen craftspeople and businesses including stained glass making, ceramics, mosaics, figurative sculpture, leatherwork, orchestral stringed instrument restoration, floristry, millinery, upholstery, bespoke tailoring, corsetry and horology.
On each of the Open Days there will be a morning session from 10am to 12.30pm and an afternoon session which runs from 1.30-4pm. Visitors are invited to register their attendance on Eventbrite via the Grandey’s Place website – www.grandeysplace.co.uk. There is no charge for the Open Days. There is plenty of on-site parking for visitors. The tours are also suitable for teenagers keen to learn about heritage crafts. Refreshments will be available to purchase from the Grandey’s Place on-site craft bakery, The Hadham Rolling Pin. The full address is Grandey’s Place, Warren Park, Green Tye, SG10 6FF