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Wednesday, 5 July 2017
Written by Nicola Reid

Granary Crafts - under new management

Granary Crafts - under new management

 

Granary Crafts and Daberhashery – The cosy little shop that allows you to relax and craft………………

 Mother of four Sarah Betts has lived in Abinger Hammer all her life and has just taken over the popular Granary Crafts shop at Grove Corner, from Sue Aberdeen.  Sarah has stepped down from teaching in order to pursue her lifelong passion of arts and crafts and all things creative.  Having added her touch to the shop it opens again on Tuesday August 1st.  Sarah is determined to keep all her customers happy, maintaining popular current stock as well as introducing new ideas, materials and crafts, in order to offer a traditional crafting shop with a modern twist that provides for all.

Sarah will be giving customers creative ideas through her newly designed website and Facebook page and will also in the coming months, run crafting courses and offer online ordering.  However, the most important thing is that she will personally be in the shop every day offering advice and service to all her customers.

 Sarah said ”I have this wonderful opportunity to spend my days pursuing my passion for crafting and for encouraging others to do the same.  I was brought into Granary Crafts by my mother when much younger and have enjoyed art and creativity all my life.  I love the idea that mothers may bring their daughters or sons into my shop and that they may develop a lifelong love of crafting and all the pleasure it can bring.  I am keen to meet both my customers and the local residents and to be part of the Bookham community. Everyone will receive a warm welcome, so please do come and visit me, have a look at the shop and tell me what you would like to see for sale or what courses you would be interested in.  Granary Crafts and Daberhashery is here for you and your friends and family to enjoy.”

 



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