Caryl Hallett Stained Glass, which is tucked away just off Starbeck’s high street in Spa Studios, has always used traditional methods but she uses them to create bright, colourful and contemporary pieces.
While it is nice to look at the world through rose coloured glasses it is even better to look through a unique piece of stained glass. It is painstaking work in more than one sense of the word but this Harrogate artist loves what she does. Caryl Hallett Stained Glass,...
Orders are already picking up for their brownies and cookies – with more treats are on the way – so they now have an eye on a shop unit on Knaresborough’s High Street.
Nick Chadwick is the owner of Winearray, a hidden gem of a shop tucked away in the small town of Boroughbridge which has become a weekend pilgrimage for many in the Harrogate district since it opened its doors 16 years ago.
Ten years ago this week Sophie Jacob, flanked by her husband Steve and three teenagers took on a derilict building in the picturesque village with a lot of ambition.
The shop front of Roots and Fruits will change throughout the year with pumpkins, Christmas trees and flowers on display but there always seems to be a steady flow of people popping in to shop and chat.
Some tried to dissuade the owner Simon from opening a cafe outside the town centre but Simon was confident that it could become the heart of the local community.
The pair may have been in the same spot for 35 years but people are still stumbling across their shop, whether in person or online.
The jewellers have made their name on their engagement rings, which are all made to order and designed with a sheet of paper and pencils.
The secret is getting out about this bakery in Harrogate. It started out of a home in Harrogate but soon started to grow with the demand for artisan bread.
While the online behemoths find it easy to offer cut-price books, more and more people have been flocking to the likes of The Little Ripon Bookshop.
Bladesmithing is an art that may have all but died out in Britain but a handful of passionate people are trying to keep this special flame alive.
Victoria Ramshaw started the project four years ago to try and increase biodiversity. Unlike other flower farms, The Secret Garden is a wave of different colours.