It’s that time of year again when the trees are loaded with cherries and the wildlife fill their boots!
Even though we lost one of our beautiful cherry trees in the storms this year there is still plenty to plunder on the one outside our gallery. The birds do look like they’re auditioning for the next Comic Relief Red Nose Day though!
If you’re in town for the annual Holy Trinity Church Bradford on Avon Street Market, why not pop along to the Tithebarn Workshops for a cup of tea in our beautiful gardens and enjoy a bit of retail therapy in the shops?
We thought it was about time to get back in the saddle again and start posting on our much under-utilised blog! So here goes…
We were excited to see that Trowbridge has decided to go toe to toe with Frome and is launching its own monthly independent market, which will be held on the 2nd Saturday of the month.
SerenArts have secured a ‘suitcase pitch’ for the first three events and will be taking along Serena’s book ‘A Serene View of Bradford on Avon‘ together with a range of our cards. We hope to see you all there for what promises to be a great day.
Things generally have been a little quiet at the Workshops for the first half of 2019… probably something to do with the rather wet start to the year, but with the recent upturn in temperatures the summer season is beginning to kick in and the visitors are now coming down.
We already have a great selection of goodies in the gallery and new stocks will be arriving over the coming weeks. We will keep you up to date as and when new things arrive… promise!
If you would like more information on what Serena has on her easel, why not follow her blog shreenie.com
Let’s just hope that this fabulous weather continues for a bit longer. Serena was able to sit outside yesterday to work on her latest painting, which will be available to view and purchase in the near future.
The more eagle eyed amongst you might be able to spot her much beloved Southampton FC mug… we can only hope that we have a little more success than poor old Saints this year!
The river level is dropping pleasantly quickly after a bit of a scare last week, the temperature has nudged above the low single digits and the flowers are just starting to bloom in our beautiful gardens here at the Tithebarn Workshops.