AN EXHIBITION of work at Hedon Museum by a group of artists and craft makers from Sunk Island. Based on their experience of ‘lockdown’ during the coronavirus pandemic, the theme will be ‘creativity in isolation: individual interpretations of change’. Katy Miller from the Museum said: “In this pre-planned, […]
HEDON! We’re coming your way! Traenerhus on Tour… Join us for socially distanced art and crafts right on your doorstep. Local artists and makers will be bringing their amazing projects along for you to get stuck in and make your own beautiful decorations, gifts and fun stuff… Saturdays […]
Calling all Crafters! Fabric and Haberdashery Sale at Ella D Bridalwear, Main Street, Roos on Saturday, 1 February from 10am – 4pm. Prices to suit every pocket!
HEDON METHODIST CHURCH is proclaiming just how ‘messy’ it will be! But that’s just how the church describes its crafts, music and story time mornings! ‘Messy Church’ takes place on Saturday 13 July 2019 from 10 am to 12 noon. This is for all ages and particularly families – but everyone is welcome.
An exhibition of work by a group of artists and makers from Sunk Island.Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th April 2019 at Ottringham Village Hall. 10 a.m – 4 p.m each day.
Come and Join our Crochet & Knitting Group! Starts Tuesday 5th June, 2018, 1pm – 3pm at the Crafty Ewes Cabin, Villa Lane, Thorngumbald. Why belong to a group? Whether you are an experienced knitter or crocheter or someone taking up knitting for the first time, a knitting […]
NEW: A new drop-in centre is opening in Hedon Market Place. It will be holding a new weekly Craft Club on Wednesdays starting 30th March. There is a chance to find out more at a Grand Opening this Saturday.
Some of the blooms that helped the grower win nine awards at this year’s Hedon & District Chrysanthemum Society Annual Show…
“Exhibited in a professional white cube space within the main hall, this is a school exhibition unlike any other!”
The “HAND MADE” exhibition in Hull which celebrates craft as an art form, contains one piece in which St Augustine’s Church in Hedon is depicted as a component part…
Do you knit? This is an exciting way for you to get involved in HedFest 2015…
YOU must pop in and see Tony and Alison Grant at the Hedon Museum during their fascinating “From the Garden Shed” exhibition which includes live demonstrations of their craft skills – and the Cloth Rubiks’ Cubes are brilliant too!