Exceptional North Devon family-run craft workshops
A short walk along the path from the Visitor Centre, next to the donkey stables, you’ll find craft workshops. They are well worth a seeing whilst staying in this lovely part of Devon. Also taking home some stylish and unique gifts for friends and family.
One of the highlights of the Clovelly Silk range is from Rex Whistler’s 1930’s sketches. Rex is a celebrated artist who lived in Clovelly. He was a hit whilst fighting on the D Day beach front with a tin of his paint brushes hanging off the side of his tank.
This stylish fabric,skilfully re-created by Ann, is available in six beautiful colours. Consequently they are all exclusive to the Silk shop. Thus many of these designs are being used as part of the interiors at the Red Lion.
Clovelly Pottery started in 1992 by Clive Pearson. Clive is well-known in North Devon for his vivid colours, beautifully glazes and hand-thrown pots. Consequently each pot is hand-engraved and dated. Buying one, gives you a unique piece of art as well as a lovely memory of your visit.
Clovelly Pottery also stocks a range of high-quality decorative ceramics and domestic ware, including slipware-decorated earthenware pots with imaginative, quirky details by resident potter, Caroline Curtis.
Sarah Harper has such passion for making natural, ethical, sustainable soaps. After supplying soap to local high-end London shops. She and her husband moved to Clovelly where she has taken inspiration from their surroundings. Hence they decided to expand the range recently to include popular seaweed soaps, fragrant candles, bath bombs and soap sets.
For opening times, please check with the Visitor Centre on 01237 431781 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org