Craft shop boost
The Stringybark Craft Shop at Newbridge has just received many items from two deceased estates and has put many of these items up for sale.
This is an opportunity to visit the Craft Shop and view these new offerings.
The items include cups and saucers from some prominent pottery makers.
If you visit the shop you will be rewarded by other goods on display, including a good selection of local jams and honey, books and craftwork.
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If you have not been to Newbridge recently take this opportunity to see all the new products in the shop.
Another very good reason for visiting the Craft Shop is to see the display of historical items from Newbridge's rich history.
These items are on display at the back of the shop.
While you are there, a short trip across the road to the Art Gallery is worthwhile.
If you would like further information on the new items then please contact Robynne Kelly on 02 63681058.
The Craft Shop is also part of the Blayney and Villages Garage Sale Trail 2020, the Covid-19 recovery edition, which is coming to Blayney and villages on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 November (see Blayney Garage Sale on the Web).
It provides new ways to be involved online and this year you can participate in the Garage Sale Trail no matter what restrictions are in place.
So, come to Newbridge for the Sale and visit the Stringybark Craft Shop
Brian Bennett Pavilion
The old Pavilion has been taken down and the new one is on track to be up and running soon.
The main section housing the old fireplace will have the cement base poured this week with further work progressing till its final stage later this year.
Future developments will be given as work progresses throughout this exciting build.
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