The Madley Craft Group meet at Madley Parish Hall every Tuesday 10 am  to 12 noon.

This is a friendly and informal group so just bring along any work that you want to complete, or have a problem with.

 

 

“Made in Madley Craft Exhibition & Workshops”.
Madley Parish Hall Saturday 18th November 11am to 3pm
Madley Craft Group members gathered at Madley Plants garden centre on Monday July 4th, to promote the above event. Centre stage was their hand-crafted hanging basket (pictured below) complete with garden insects and slugs! All the flowers and foliage have been made by members using all forms of craftwork.

 

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Michelle and Simon, proprietors of Madley Plants have the basket on display in the café area where, hopefully it will become a talking point for visitors. The craft group hope that the display will encourage people to go to the FREE exhibition in November. 

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 Our members with Michelle(on the right) at Madley Plants

 

 

Madley Craft Group meet every Tuesday at Madley Parish Hall; 10am to midday.
The group always welcome new members; no skills required.
“Come along and learn over a friendly cuppa.”

 

MADE IN MADLEY 2017

Following the very successful exhibition we had in 2014, we are now planning to have a further exhibition, including workshops, on 18th November 2017 from 11.00am to 3.00pm in Madley Village Hall. 

Present plans include:

Exhibition of what we have all achieved since 2014.
• A number of simple free workshops open to anyone who would like to have a go although numbers will have to be limited, further details to  follow later.
• A surgery where you can get advice or help if you have a problem with something you are making.
• Craft sale.
Refreshments, tea and coffee and a variety of cakes and savoury items.
• Children's competition.
• Raffle.

Have a look at our photos of Made in Madley 2014 in the Photo Album

MADLEY CRAFT GROUP AND CHARITY

Over the last 13 years we have supported a number of charities with bring and buy coffee mornings, donations from our monthly raffle and making all sorts of items.

To date we have given £6,568 in actual donations and have made clothes for premature babies both in Hereford and also in Tanzania, knitted teddies for the local police to use in road safety talks with young children and in connection with abused children and for the County Hospital for children facing painful treatment.  We have also made fiddle lap quilts and twiddle muffs for dementia patients, tea cosies, sock monkeys and many other items.

Find photos of some of our charity events and things we have made in the photos section. 

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