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Eddington Arts

A great opportunity to browse the work of local artists and meet the makers. Jewellery, ceramics, paintings, clocks, textiles, chocolates and much more! Set in the stunning Storey's Field Centre, Eddington, the event promises to showcase the best in handmade art and craft. A chance to meet local artists, buy their work and learn about the processes and inspiration behind it.

  • 17th September 2022
  • 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Featuring the following craftspeople:

Abi Cochran, Silver spirals.Handmade silver jewellery, influenced by nature. silverspirals.co.uk

Cheryl Brighty, Artistry in Cocoa. Handmade chocolates. artistryincocoa.co.uk

Flora Olney. Ceramics. Porcelain, inspired by Scandinavian folk art. floraolney.com

Handmade in Mongolia, Barbara Brockbank. handinhand-mongolia.org.uk

Anna Osbourne. The speculating rook. Machine embroidered and screenprinted fabric. thespeculatingrook.co

Kate Janssens. Enamelled Jewellery. katejanssens.co.uk

Rebecca Stark. Etched metal clocks and mixed media paintings. rebeccastark.co.uk

The Candle Company Cambridge. thecandlecompanycambridge.co.uk

Jo Tunmer. Oil paintings. Landscape artist.jotunmer.com

Shirley Eves-van den Akker. Collage artist. Facebook.com/lartesthumain

Jana Grae. Jeweller. Contemporary beadwork. cambridgeopenstudios.co.uk/discover/artista/jana-grae

Daniela Stief. Ceramics. A range of vessels, inspired by her garden and nature. dksceramics.co.uk

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Facilities

  • Cloakroom facilities
  • Disabled Accessibility
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Did you know?

The city’s name is known around the world, but it wasn’t always called Cambridge. In the Middle Ages it was known as Grantabridge, meaning the bridge over the river Granta (one of the sources of the River Cam).