Pam Peters Designs is a fused glass business which started in 2014 and is run by a mother, Pam and her daughter, Beth in North Wales.
Beth, studied Contemporary Arts Practice which has led to an expansion in their designs. They work closely together to create new designs inspired by their North Wales surroundings.
Cole & Co started to create their range of soaps and candles in 2010. The success of these led to expanding the range.
The soap and wash products are SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate) and paraben free. As many of their products as possible contain 100% essential oils. Where an essential oil doesn't exist, a high-quality cosmetic grade fragrance oil is used to scent the product.
100% soy wax. This has a lower burn temperature than a lot of other waxes - which means that our candles burn for longer, give an even burn and don't create soot in the flame. The soy wax is a sustainable product.
pobl n (Welsh) people
poblado n (Spanish) town, village, community, humanity
Poblado represents the kind of place in which the owners want to live and work; where the quality of their produce is equally important to the relationships they develop with their customers, suppliers, and of course the producers themselves.
Sweet Williams started as a hobby at the dining table in 2011, after buying a sewing machine and a metre of fabric on a whim, never having sewn anything before! This hobby has evolved to a beautiful bricks and mortar store and studio in the Swansea Valley in South Wales and is constantly growing. In Oriel Coffi we have Cushions and Lavender Bags for sale.
At Oriel Coffi, we are exhibiting works of fine art from around Wales. Currently we are showing artwork from Sarah Jane Brown (Pembrokeshire), Carys Bryn (Llyn Peninsula), Ian Phillips (West Wales), Owain Fôn Williams (North Wales) and Huw Richards Evans(Pembrokeshire).
We are stocking a variety of Welsh artisans, both up and coming as well as established, in the gallery.
We are also providing customers with ethnically sourced, Welsh roasted coffee from Poblado Coffi. Freshly made in our branded, biodegrable coffee cups. We are also selling retail bags in both ground coffee and whole beans.
Max Rocks is a creative studio created by Sian Cartledge. After her son starting at a Welsh medium school, Sian realised there was a gap in the market for flashcards. She then progressed into milestone baby cards and then her greeting cards.
The Max Rocks brand continues to grow and Sian has expanded her range of cards. Available at Oriel Coffi.
Beeswax Fabric Wraps
Beeswax Fabric Wraps is a business producing reusable beeswax wraps from Anglesey.
These are made from cotton which are infused with locally sourced beeswax (10 miles down the road) and a blend of organic jojoba oil and pine resin. These ingredients provide a natural antibacterial qualities to help keep foods fresher.
Perfect for wrapping cheeses, bread, fresh herbs, cut fruit or vegetables.
Simply use the warmth of your hands mould the wrap to the shape of your food or dish.
The packaging is made from FSC Certified wood to ensure sustainablity.
Jez's Wooden Toys
Jeremy is local to Llanidloes and makes bespoke, handmade wooden toys. He uses recycled wood to make all the toys.
Jeremy has just started producing jewellery. He does a variety of bracelets in small, medium and large to fit all wrist sizes. We also stock a range of his necklaces and earrings.
Sorrel Sevier Handmade Jewellery business started with making beaded jewellery until she discovered a love of silversmithing. Working with various metals, sterling silver and silver clay and using enamels to create beautiful colours to go with the silver.She loves the challenges each project brings and enjoys making a selection of jewellery pieces for men, women and children of all ages.
All her jewellery is individually handmade and slightly varies each time. The Stone Set pieces can have slightly different shaping/colouring due to each precious stone being unique.
We are currently holding stock of Sorrel’s jewellery and hope to expand the range to hold more.
‘Harry the Hare’ and all the artwork featured on this site has been created by Kathryn Harvey.
Born in Bury, Lancashire, Kathryn has lived near Lampeter in West Wales for nearly 20 years.
Kathryn has always been able to adopt different styles for her characters. She works in all media, although the majority of her later work has been created using either acrylic or pastel. Currently stocking Kathryn's blank greeting cards.
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