Creativity at Quex Park

There are a variety of workshops available from some of our Craft Village Artists, please contact them directly for more information.

Quex Craft Village: Shahla’s Cakes

Shahla's cakes is a one-stop destination in Thanet for delicious handcrafted cakes, cookies, cup cakes and tray bakes. If you are looking for something special why not contact Shahla for more details?
T: 07494 271132

Quex Craft Village: N. Were Designs

Nelson Were is a new and exciting, high quality brand of designer leather bags and accessories. All of these original and trendsetting designs are exclusively designed and lovingly handcrafted by Nelson Were himself. Each piece is individually handmade to order using traditional leather craft techniques and high quality leather sourced from businesses within Great Britain. Workshops are available.

Quex Craft Village: Classic Bows

Classic Bowyer Nick makes bows and accessories for archery in his wonderful workshop, he also offers experiences to try your hand at archery too. Please go to the website to book an archery session or contact Nick directly for any other assistance or information.
T: 07908811509

Quex Craft Village: Artisan Silver

Artisan Silver Artisan offers a unique design, consultation and bespoke service working with Silver, Gold, Platinum, Palladium, precious and semi-precious stones creating a variety of jewellery and Silverware pieces. Workshops are available and items are for sale in the shop too
T: 01843 845759

Quex Craft Village: Sew Many Memories

Memory Bears are a wonderful way to remember a lost loved one, important occasion or baby's first years - but any reason is good enough to make a bear!
T: 07866 081910

Teddy Mountain

Build a Bear parties at Jungle Jims. Prices start from £20 per child and include a Teddy Bear, play session and party food.

Quex Craft Village: Helen Evans Art

Helen studied graphic design at Camberwell school of Art quite a while ago. She can be found most days (never Mondays though) at her studio in the beautiful setting of Quex Craft Village, Kent. Helen works in lino print, pastel & anything else that takes her fancy. Her work often depicts urban animals- especially pigeons, seagulls & foxes. Sometimes there is an odd story attached to the image but not always... You can now book a workshop with Helen for lino printing
T: 07943 154315

Quex Craft Village: The Bearded Pig Forge

Having a long-standing interest in the history and craft of blacksmithing, Spike decided to pursue it as a career full time after doing a basic course with Ross Berry at Kaos Blacksmiths. This gave him the foundation to be able to develop my skills and quickly got his own forge and anvil, getting to work making both the items I had been taught and practicing developing my own style. Over several years now he has continued to develop these methods and teach himself more about this fascinating craft, expanding his knowledge and practical skills, including branching into mixed medium work such as the knives he produces..

Quex Craft Village

Quex Craft Village is in Quex Park. We are a community of craft workers, plying our trade from working studios. The studios are converted pig sheds!

Quex Craft Village: Peter Campbell Saunders

After studying at Central St Martins College of Art and Design in the mid eighties, Peter became a magazine Art director and Photographer for the next twenty years. He now exhibits regularly and his work hangs in private collections throughout the world. Peter draws inspiration from Jazz music, old films and architecture, a lifelong obsession with the past being a constant theme throughout Peter’s work. You can see more on Peter’s work on Facebook or even book in for a workshop.