Meet the Makers [20th July 2013, at The Shoreham Centre]

We are very excited to list current exhibitors at our next Arts and Craft Fair this Saturday. This is our first event at The Shoreham Centre, and we look forward to not only showcasing the brightest talents in contemporary art / craft / design and vintage purveyors in Brighton, but also live entertainment by our in-house buskers ‘Fiddle Sparks’, and not forgetting our pop-up cafe ‘Hello Treacle’ serving delicious teas, cake and savouries throughout the day.

Freyelli (By Ellie Hipkin)

Freyelli is all about a love of textiles, fashion and art. I hand paint onto silk creating silk paintings, scarves, bags, cushions and tops. I also produce prints and greeting cards from my paintings.




You can view all my work on my website

Dawn Mead (Photography)

My still life photographic images. Selling postcards, unframed prints and a small selection of framed prints. 


Read Dawn’s Blog here:

Martin Howlett (furniture)

I aim to sell small pieces of furniture such as tables, bedside cabinets, shelves and low TV stands.  All my products will be made from solid Oak and finished to a high quality.


My website is which shows my bespoke work. The work I am creating for this will be a new range of affordable furniture.

OoNaNa (Jewellery by Pippa Greene)

Laser cut & resin jewellery – Custom Jewellery Design – Wedding Favours – Corporate Gifts. Everything is either available to purchase or can be made to order. Commissions are welcome, if you have a design in mind we’ll be happy to create it for you.


Vist OoNaNa here:

Jilted Dog Art [by Paul and Terri]

We offer art lovers the opportunity to purchase online or in person.  Our gallery and studio is situated on the vibrant seafront between the Palace Pier and Brighton Wheel.  An eclectic mix of genres we offer a wide range to suit all tastes and budgets.  We give genuine, friendly advice and welcome you to our gallery to find art you will love to live with.


Cat a Cake Creations [by Claire Montgomery]

Laser cut jewellery, greeting cards, accessories and more all made with love by the seaside in Brighton by Claire Montgomery.


Yellow Bear Wares [by Claire Griffiths]

Hand-made jewellery lovingly created using upcycled vintage knitting needles. I make bracelets, rings and necklaces all using second-hand and vintage sourced knitting needles. All of my items are one of a kind.


My online shop is here:
and my facebook page here:

Willow Catkin Design [by Julia Deegan]

Handmade/felted bags, purses, hair accessories, hand/wrist adornments, chokers.

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Janice Collier

Vintage women’s and girls wear. 


Joanne Turner Massage Therapies

Back, neck and shoulder massage (seated, fully clothed, no oils on a n ergonomic chair which I bring)
Indian head massage, Foot massage.


Wonderland Wishes [by Denise Wingrave]

Unique handmade jewellery, handmade beads, fake cakes.


Annmarie Hughes

Glass Jewelery Vases decorative ceramics and prints.


Hung on You [by Samantha Holland]

Hung on You is an eclectic boutique sourcing & making vintage-inspired and contemporary jewellery and accessories sourced in the UK and internationally. Our range is chosen carefully to reflect the season and with current trends in mind.
Please visit our Websites to purchase our products:

Jennifer Hilverkus (Cockles Candles)

Ecosoya wax candles & wax melts for oil burners.


Visit our Facebook page here:

Sew Sweet Interiors [by Karen Carmichael]

Sew Sweet Interiors are a mother and daughter team that have over 30 years of experience within the textile trade.


Find us here:

Mini Patisserie [by Caroline Marshall]

Mini jewellery cakes, mini bottles amongst other delicious designs.


JackaBoo’s Fantastic Felties [by Emma Jane Plater]

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Find us here:

El Kelly [by Elisha]

Bespoke Womenswear, Headwear & Accessories – as seen in ASOS



Fiddle Sparks


We are blessed to have the wonderfully talented ‘Fiddle Sparks’ busking live at The Shoreham Centre this Saturday. Come and listen to some old time American, Cajun, swing, Irish, and Klesmer. They also have monthly gigs at Fitzherbets and Park Crescent pubs, private parties, weddings, ceilis etc.


7 thoughts on “Meet the Makers [20th July 2013, at The Shoreham Centre]

  1. “Hand-made jewellery lovingly created using upcycled vintage knitting needles. I make bracelets, rings and necklaces all using second-hand and vintage sourced knitting needles. All of my items are one of a kind.” Please can you replace with this text, thank you!

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