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Year of the Sheep

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2015 is the Year of The Sheep……

In previously years, I have to admit that the Chinese New Year has often passed me by…but not so this year, as our Pastoral Collection has been proving quite popular in Japan! We recently sent an order to a temple in Saga, located on the island of Kyushu and I asked the customer to send some pictures as I was quite fascinated by this particular purchase. I have included the photos she sent in this email for you to have a look at…..check out our tea towel in front of Daruma, the Father of Zen Buddhism!

So, to celebrate the Chinese New Year, Thursday 19th February, get £20% off all products in the Pastoral Collection. This offer is only available until February 28th.


I shall be running a number of workshops at Mount Edgecumbe over the next few months. More details and to make a booking here.

We will be exhibiting at the following events …come and say hello!
The Stylish Home & Garden Show – Sat 28th & Sun 29th March
Mount Edgecumbe, Cremyl, Cornwall
The Stylish Home & Garden Show brings together the best regional businesses and design talent to offer you a unique and energising weekend of workshops, demonstrations and shopping opportunities, all in the very special surroundings of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. 

Toby Buckland’s Garden Festival – Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd May Powderham Castle, Kenton, near Exeter, Devon
A two day garden festival the best in gardening with leading specialist nurseries from though out the West Country, held in the picturesque surroundings of Powderham Castle.

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Helen Round is a British textile designer and print maker. Her classic designs, inspired by the flora and fauna of the countryside and coastline are hand printed onto the highest quality linen using traditional screen printing techniques.

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