We have just taken delivery of an exciting new range of cufflinks which include various designs for trades, sports and recreational activities. At just £19.95 per set they come boxed and ready to give a special gift to your loved ones.
Regular visitors to our Blog may have noticed that we have started to develop the site further to include the facility to purchase various items from our Gallery. We have now started to add a selection of our extensive jewellery range to the website and will continue to add and update this option over the coming months.
As our collection of jewellery is such that it would make it impossible to offer everything online, we now also offer the facility to virtually browse the gallery via FaceTime or similar video calling service. Please contact us any time for more information.
Well… it’s finally here… after many years of deliberation the one way system has come to Bradford…
Wiltshire Council, in conjunction with Bradford Town Council, have set up the system to allow for better social distancing on the narrow pavements in town and to try and discourage motorists from using Bradford as a rat run.
The measures are bound to cause major traffic disruption initially, so we have added an extension to their map including directions to the tranquil gardens and shops at the Tithebarn Workshops, so you can escape for a bit of peace and retail therapy!
We’re well ahead of ourselves this year… anyone would think that we’d had a few months off to get our 2021 Bradford on Avon Calendar ready nice and early!
Featuring photographs of the town and surrounding area, this A4 landscape format, wall calendar has 12 stunning images and includes date boxes to make a note of those important events.
We have copies available in our gallery at the Tithebarn Workshops at £4.95 each, alternatively you can purchase your calendar for £7.95 (including postage and packing) by contacting us and we can send it out via first class post.
It was lovely to see the steam train coming back through Bradford again this weekend… we have missed the toot echoing along the river. This particular beauty named Braunton, made only its second scheduled stop at the railway station since the mid-1960s to pick up passengers…
And if you prefer a more gentle approach to visiting the town… why not take a narrowboat along the Kennet and Avon Canal…
Which ever way you get to Bradford make sure you take a stroll along the river to Barton Farm Country Park and visit us here at the Tithebarn Workshops.
On my morning constitutional today I was delighted to see the number of pleasure boats that had returned to the Canal… all parked up at a social distance of course! It has been a while since the town has seen this much needed, visitor trade and we at SerenArts Gallery would like to welcome them to Bradford on Avon.
If you’re up on the Kennet and having a Google about what to do in Bradford today… might we suggest a stroll around Barton Farm Country Park and a little visit to the Tithebarn Workshops?