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Join Making Space for our first ever Country Maker’s Market on the 6 & 7 April at Storey Gardens which can be found within the grounds of Staunton Country Park. 

We have selected a variety of talented local makers and will be selling their work from the Barn in Storey Gardens. 

From ceramics, to jewellery, skincare items, illustrations and textiles, there will be something for everyone. Prices start at just a few pound and you can pay by cash or card! 

Following the sucess of our recent Maker Merry craft fair, our new Country Makers Market is the first of it’s kind and we can wait to see you all! Scroll down to see who will be joining us this April!

Visitors can enjoy a some refreshments from the cafe on site and a walk around the beautiful grounds of Staunton Country Park after visiting, or pop across the road to check out the farm! To keep the kids entertained whilst the parents browse, we will also be hosting a Kids Nature Clay workshop (find out more below) 


Kids Nature Air-Dry Clay workshop

Take inspiration from nature in this fun workshop with Kelly Ottesen. Roll out the clay and use a mix of letter stamps, leaves, flowers and other natural items to create unique decorations and mini signs! Finished pieces can be taken at the end of the session to complete drying at home. We will be running 2 craft workshops each day at the following times: 11.45-12.30pm and 2pm-2.45pm. Workshops cost £6 each and there will be a maximum of 8 spaces on each workshop. Booking ahead is advisiable.

Click on the link below to book and please read the booking guidelines at the bottom of the page.

Meet the Makers who will be joining us for the first ever Country Makers' Market

Sharon Justice

Sharon is a designer/ jewellery working in prodomintly silver. She uses applied surface patterns, semi precious stones and gold accents in her unique pieces.

Moon Water Treasures

Inspired by Philippine’s rich culture and heritage, Moon Water Treasures was created.
We work with artisans in different regions in the Philippines, Vietnam and India. Their skills have been passed down from generations to generations. We feel their passion and artistry. However, because of fast fashion, their craftsmanship is slowly fading. We strongly believe that their craftsmanship is to be appreciated and celebrated that’s why we are here! The artisans as well as their crafts are treasures.

Heart & Soul Ceramic Co

My name is Kelly and I am a ceramicist and mixed media craftsperson working on the south coast of England. I take my inspiration from folklore and myth, blending forms and colours from nature with figures from traditional tales. My work focuses primarily on ceremony and celebration to create bespoke, high quality ceramics for your home and altar spaces.

Jane Neville

“My work uses colour as a focus with geometric, fabric painted, linear stitched pattern and folded designs”.

Wood & Daughters

We are Wood and Daughters, mother and daughter, sharing our enthusiasm and passion, bringing together life-long interests, making things we love with love. We are multidisciplinary artists, creative souls, living a colourful life by squeezing every drop of joy from each day. Everything we create is designed and made with lots of love and great care in our Hampshire studio. Bold, bright and colourful jewellery, cards and gifts are at the heart of our making. Perfect for those you love or as a treat for yourself. We look forward meeting you and sharing what we do.

Kathryn Green

Kathryn works with print and dye techniques to create layered and textured wearable art. Splashes of colour against a monochrome background, circles alongside squares, minute detail in an immense space. The variations found in the natural world have a deep influence on Kathryn’s designs – “the quiet creeks hidden along the rough shores of Cornwall, the lonely flowers in the vast pampas of Patagonia, the delicate textures carved into a craggy rock face”. 

Salt & Clay

SALT & CLAY is a handmade small batch soap and skincare brand focussing on using only the most nutritious, nurturing ingredients to harness the goodness within.
In our Hampshire studio we create everyday skincare essentials that are not only luxurious and beautiful but natural, nourishing and kind to skin.
We use only plant-based ingredients, so every product is vegan friendly and cruelty free.

Hannah Horn

Hannah is a fine artist based in the South of England. Her work draws inspiration from the natural world, but often includes surreal and fantastical elements. Hannah utilises a combination of vibrant paint and highly detailed pen and ink line-work, combining to form elegant and beautiful images.


Daybreak uses recycled silver and copper to handmake personalised jewellery

 Terms & Conditions for the Clay Workshop.

  • The workshops take place in the Barn within Storey Gardens, whilst covered it is open to the elements at the sides, so, appropriate clothing is recommended (coat, sunscreen, hat, umbrella!)
  • Tickets are non-refundable/transferable
  • Car parking charges apply
  • Toilet facilities, including accessible toilets, can be found next to the Coach House and will be available to use throughout the event
  • Workshops suitable for 5yrs+ and parents required to stay nearby during the session (a perfect opportunity to check out our Pop-Up Makers Market
  • Items made will need to be taken away at the end of the session to complete drying at home
  •  When you arrive at Staunton Park side, please walk across the park towards the farm. Storey Gardens can be found on the left handside. We will have a register to check you off, you do not need to bring a booking confirmation with you.
  • Please note this activity is not available at Staunton Farm.

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