Speak and Grow’ is a garden project that welcomes and encourages people from all around the world to share their gardening skills while learning English. It’s becoming increasingly popular and as the group gets bigger, they are taking on more ambitious projects around the grounds of St Mary’s. This is Ro and ‘Team Win’ creating a herb bed on an unused bit of ground in front of the Church, building community, growing food, keeping fit and having fun.
Talented Sheffield Ceramicist, Lianne Mellor, has just completed a new range of products.
There is a collection of adorable and quirky animal face brooches featuring woodland creatures, including badgers and hares, along with a colourful and contemporary range of little stacking pinch pots all handmade in her Sheffield based studio.
Lianne who set up Mellorware in 2010 and who currently export to Belgium, Hong Kong, South Korea and America, has chosen to launch her new designs at Mary’s Marvellous Vintage & Craft Market at St Mary’s Church, Bramall Lane on Saturday the 17th May.
Sue Green, organiser of the Market says, “We are thrilled that Lianne has decided to launch her new range with us. She has exhibited and sold her work with us on a number of occasions since our markets began in 2011 and it great to see her going from strength to strength.”
Lianne is one of over 40 local artists, crafters and vintage traders taking part in the May 17th Market.
Entrance is £1 for adults and FREE for children under 16years.
More details can be found on www.mellorware.co.uk