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New Arrivals from Herdy Baby

New Arrivals from Herdy Baby

We're delighted to be offering these exciting new lines from Herdy Baby. Both from our Windermere shop and our website.

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NEW - Click & Collect at Ulverston

NEW - Click & Collect at Ulverston

As many of you will know, we have now closed our Ulverston store. BUT, don't worry as you can still shop locally with us if you live in the Ulverston area. Either visit our lovely Windermere Village store, open 7 days a week, or if you prefer, order online and click and collect from our Ulverston Studio on Fountain St. We also deliver anywhere in the World, and UK delivery is FREE when you spend £20 or more. If there's a product or print you'd like to have a closer look at in Ulverston, or you would like to talk...

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Wild Swimming - The body and head therapy

Wild Swimming - The body and head therapy

The sport and recreation of wild swimming has never been more popular and especially in these uncertain times it seems the lure of the dip in natural waters has found new converts. The latest figures for those taking to the open water is a phenomenal 7.5 million. So what's the appeal? The first thing to mention is the social appeal. Like rambling, rugby clubs or keep ft etc, there's the appeal of meeting like minds for a sport but always from diverse backgrounds and making new friends and socialising is never a bad thing. Wild water swimming and cold water swimming...

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Song Colours - read all about it.

Song Colours - read all about it.

It's funny how a design for a print can grow from something relatively innocent. This one, 'Song Colours' came from listening to an old Bill Nelson track called 'Do You Dream In Colour?'

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The Notebook and the appeal of a personal touch

The Notebook and the appeal of a personal touch

We've been pleasantly surprised at how popular our notebook range has been with both young and mature. So we looked into whether the handwritten word was making a comeback and we were pleasantly surprised. There's no doubt the various virus lockdowns have changed the habits of many and handwriting, doodling, sketching etc is just one of those that have grown in popularity. The sending of a letter to lonely friend or relative is proving to be therapeutic both for sender and recipient. Letter writing has increased and maybe it's that time on our hands that can afford something a little...

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