Tag Archive for 'Lovelypop'

Pure Beeswax Guernsey candles sell well at St Martin farmers’ market

January 29th, 2013 by Richard Lord

Sue Wareham has been making beautiful pure beeswax candles for a long time but mostly giving them away as gifts. In November 2012 she began to sell her handmade candles under the trading name Pure Beeswax Guernsey at the Guernsey Tourist Information Centre in St Peter Port. And in early December 2012 Sue and her […]

Medieval Christmas spirit in the Old Quarter of St Peter Port

December 9th, 2011 by Richard Lord

In spite of strong gusts of wind and the occasional downpour the Medieval Christmas Street party filled the Old Quarter of St Peter Port with merriment and community spirit in the early evening of 8 December 2011. There was much on offer from food and drink to homemade and artisanal Christmas presents.  Dave Morgan displayed […]

The Gallery launches new venture with The Gallery Makers

July 21st, 2011 by Genevieve Langford

The Gallery in The Old Quarter of St Peter Port has launched a new venture – The Gallery Makers. Round Chimney Pottery, Athene Sholl, Mooch, The Gallery, Lovelypop and SewCharlotte have formed a collective to share ideas, inspiration and gallery space. To celebrate this new venture, The Gallery at 9-11 Mansell Street in The Old […]

Mad Hatters Children’s Festival thrives in The Old Quarter of St Peter Port

May 21st, 2011 by Richard Lord

The Mad Hatters Children’s Street Festival on 21 May 2011 organised by Genevieve Langford of The Gallery and Deirdre Dudley-Owen provided a showcase of local food and Guernsey arts and crafts. Perfect bright blue sky weather greeted visitors to the cobbled street of The Old Quarter of St. Peter Port.

The Mad Hatters Children’s Street Festival in The Old Quarter of St Peter Port on 21 May 2011

April 20th, 2011 by The Gallery

The Mad Hatters Children’s Street Festival takes place from 2 to 5 pm on Saturday 21 May 2011 in the Old Quarter of St. Peter Port, Guernsey.  It is going to be fun. Do you want to make your own Mad Hatter’s hat?  What about some potato stamping bunting?  Or perhaps you’d enjoy putting on […]