If you’re having trouble sourcing signage to ensure that your business is Covid secure… we can help.
SerenArts can offer a bespoke sign printing service to small businesses that will make sure you’re compliant with all the relevant Government advice. As the criteria are changing from time to time you may want some updated signage.
We now have a full range of these excellent scarf pin / brooches in stock at SerenArts Gallery. No more holes in your favourite scarf or top! At just £9.95 each there is a style and colour to suit all.
SerenArts Gallery is pleased to tell you that we have joined the #ShopLocalShopBoA initiative to encourage local people to shop in Bradford and support the town’s businesses. As part of the scheme we are currently offering 10% off all original artworks and will be updating our offers over the coming weeks.
Since reopening on 15th June we have been so pleased to welcome back many of our regular customers and to meet new people keen to explore their neighbourhood.
Well… that’s the end of the third week of our gallery being closed. What should have been a bustling Bank Holiday at the Tithebarn Workshops is just another lockdown day at home.
Like most people during this time we have tried to keep our minds as active as we can and we wanted to thank Chris Bryett and everyone at Wadworths Brewery for the excellent, online pub quiz last night. Our son Jake, who is head chef at the George in Norton St Philip put us on to it. The family gathered on Skype and we had a fantastic evening. The quiz was run in support the Trussell Trust Organisation, so hopefully lots of money was raised as well as bringing together and cheering up some isolated people.
Hopefully, in the coming week, we will get a little more news on when things might start getting back to normal… but until then… stay safe and stay happy.
Well… we are now entering the third week of closure and it certainly doesn’t feel any less strange. In the 11 and a half years of being at the Tithebarn Workshops we have only ever been closed for one week at a time!
Serena and I are certainly missing our lovely gallery, our fellow workshop owners and our wonderful customers. We do, however, appreciate how lucky we are compared to many others who are in far more difficult circumstances and want to take this opportunity to say another huge THANK YOU to all the NHS staff and indeed all key workers during this crisis. Your sacrifice and selfless dedication are a credit to you all.
Hopefully it won’t be too long before everyones lives will return to some sort of normality and we will be able to reopen again. Until then… please stay safe and enjoy this lovely sunshine (from your home!)
Many of you may be sitting at home, into your second week of isolation and wracking your brains on what to do next… well, maybe writing that book that you’ve been putting off for so long is the answer!
At SerenArts we have helped many people over the years put that dream into a printed reality. From fine art, coffee table books to children’s French books and more.
The work covers all publiction formats including hardback and softback publications, depending on your budget. We will work closely with you from receiving the first draft of your text and ideas, right through to the print and publication of your book. This process is open to your input and ideas from the very start and, only when you are happy to proceed, will we continue to the release of your project.
We can organise your International Standard Book Number (ISBN) which allows for more efficient marketing of products by booksellers, libraries, universities, wholesalers and distributors.
We know money is tight for everyone in the current situation, so we hope to be able to offer you this service at a rate that will suit your budget.
For more information please feel free to contact us at any time. We would be pleased to help.
Just to let all our customers know that we are open at the Tithebarn Workshops after the very near floods. It was a very close thing for us… everything got moved up but despite the water kissing the back wall, it didn’t come in.
Our thoughts are with all those less fortunate businesses and homes that didn’t have our luck and a shout out to the amazing emergency services and flood wardens working long into the night over the weekend to help all those affected… Lets hopes that’s it for this year.
We found the website riverlevels.uk a great help with monitoring things and would recommend it to those in problem areas… our panic level turns out to be 2.75m, which is where it peaked and just missed us.