Small to large commissions taken, from Stained Glass Panels, to Doors Inserts, Transom and small fused pieces.Please see the gallery or our Etsy shop, for examples of our work:Shop: etsy.com/uk/shop/StMartinsGlass
Winter 2019 – We will be attending various events on the run-up to Christmas
Saturday 9 November 2019 – 10:00 – 15:00 – Bells Piece Christmas Market
Bells Piece, Hale Road – Farnham
Bells Piece’s popular Christmas Market is to be held on Saturday 9th November. A perfect opportunity to start your Christmas shopping whilst also supporting a local charity. Lots of exciting stalls selling gifts, decorations, winter plants and wreaths, toys and books and much much more. Homemade, pastries and cakes will be on sale, all prepared in our own training kitchen. For further information please call 01252 715138
Saturday 16th November 11:00 – 16:00 – The Rural Life Centre
The Reeds Rd, Tilford, Farnham GU10 2DL
Looking for something different to give your loved ones for Christmas? Pay a visit to our Christmas Craft Fair, there will be plenty of unique and handmade gifts on offer to suit all tastes.
Saturday 23rd November 12:00-16:30 – St Mary’s Church Community Christmas Market
at St Mary’s Church Centre, Chart Lane, Reigate, RH2 7RN
St Mary’s Church Community Christmas Market returns for its 8th year, ready to get you in the Christmas Spirit.
Sunday 24th November 11:00 – 15:00 – Effingham golf course
Sunday 1st December from 14:00– 18:00 – Handpicked for Dorking Christmas Market
Handpicked for Dorking is proud to announce the return of its very popular Christmas market.
Entrance to the event is free, and there is ample parking on site.
Saturday 7th December 10:00 – 15:00 – Bookham Craft Fair
Old Barn Hall Church Road, Bookham
The Bookham Craft Fair is organised by the Social and Events Committee of St Nicolas Church and has now been running for several years. It has really gone from strength to strength and now fills the Harrison Room as well as the Barn Hall with local stallholders selling crafts, Christmas goodies, jewellery, cards edible treats and much more. While browsing visitors can enjoy coffees, teas and mince pies throughout the day and ploughman’s lunches are also available. Entry is free.