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Spring Cottage Crafts at The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed, 49 Ballyhenry Road, Comber, County Down, BT23 5JZ
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Spring cottage Crafts is now situated in the heart of Northern Ireland’s market garden overlooking magnificent views of the County Down landscape including Killynether Forest Park, Scrabo Tower and Strangford Lough.

While exploring the handmade fabric crafts at the new gift shop, visitors can also enjoy the ever changing scenery.

For the sewing enthusiasts we have the shop stocked with a beautiful range of fabrics - both craft and patchwork.

Customers are invited to watch on-going demonstrations as they enjoy the pleasant surroundings of the new and developing premises

Many handmade items on display for that special gift include: cushions, wall hangings, bag holders, scarecrows, rag dolls and many other interesting pieces. Most items can be personalised on request.

Priced from £2.00 to £120.00

Classes are available on request. Customers are encouraged to choose and co-ordinate their own fabrics and make their own hand unique crafted addition to their home.

The Potting Shed is ideal for group bookings, club outings, patchwork groups, W.I. and church groups etc.

Tea/Coffee is available for customers.

Another aspect of our new premises is that furnished facilities are available to book for functions and private Groups.

There is ample Parking for Coaches and Motorhomes

Another added dimension to our facility is the repair and upgrading of motorhomes.

For all enquires contact Beth on 028 9187 2320 / 0759 5250 096

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Free

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* Thursday, Friday, Saturday 10:00 – 16:30

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Road Directions

Directions from Town:
Leaving Newtownards towards Portaferry, turn left into Finlay’s Road (about 1.5 miles outside Newtownards – signposts for Millisle). Turn right at T-junction (1 mile) into Ballyblack Road. Turn right opposite Loughries School into Ballyhaft Road. Spring Cottage is Number 10, on the left.

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