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Email
t.jarvis@madeinyorkshire.org.uk
First Name
Tracie
Last Name
Jarvis
Country
Afghanistan
Vendor Name
Tracie
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5 months ago no Comment

Fancy trying a new craft skill? Join us at the new Yorkshire Craft Festival due to be held in the heart of York on the 12-22nd October. See local artists at work, buy from local designer makers and take part in a series of workshops. Click the link to discover more and book onto the…

DISCOVER, SHOP & DO
4 years ago no Comment

Made In Yorkshire is proud to host a Discover Shop & Do event which will take place in the heart of the city centre across the half term school holidays (20th-30th October). Supporting local craft people and design makers for over 20 years, Made In Yorkshire are hoping to encourage young people to come and…

Show Cancellations-Coronavirus Update
4 years ago no Comment

First and foremost we hope you are all safe and well, both physically and mentally.  It is a surreal and challenging time for us all at the moment, particularly as the situation changes daily. We wanted to inform you of the updates for the upcoming shows within the Made in Yorkshire show calendar.  Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic…

5 years ago no Comment

Christmas 2017 saw the first time made in Yorkshire played host to the Yorkshire Yuletide Village. Nestled within the Newgate Market forecourt, this beautifully decorated wooden lodge was a perfect venue. A rich variety of designer makers offered some unique gifts for the discerning Christmas shopper. We welcomed thousands of visitors throughout November and December.…

Martin Jones Artist
6 years ago no Comment

Based in East Yorkshire, Martin Jones paints vibrant and compelling contemporary landscape paintings in his own distinctive style.

6 years ago no Comment

The home of contemporary fused glass art and gifts handmade in the Pennines by Jane O’Neill.

7 years ago no Comment

Elisabeth spent her childhood in Sandsend and later studied pottery at Scarborough Technical College.