The shops are all set in converted barns and include Pottery Pals, The Sweet Cabin, Handmade Craft Company and Sewisfaction who alongside selling fabric run a number of creative craft classes for both children and adults. We haven’t eaten there yet but have heard great things about the craft villages cafe; The Grange Chocolate Cafe.
Holme Grange Craft Village also offer a range of activities for families during school holidays, previously they have included face painting, pony rides, reptile handling and more. Keep an eye on the Berkshire Mummies What’s on Guides as they regularly update you with what’s going on at the Craft Village and other attractions and venues in Berkshire. There is also a large activity board for children to play on at the village where you can put balls down a ‘drain pipe run’ and draw on the giant chalk doodle board. There are some head in the holes and picnic benches dotted around the centre and a Wendy house which are great for the little ones to explore. There is also a ‘Village Notice Board’ which keeps you informed about craft village life. There is free parking on site.
Holme Grange Craft Village introduced a car boot sales in 2019 and hold other events including a Vintage Day and a Festive Family Day.
Just up the road from the craft village is Grays Fruit Picking Farm (check when the farm is open for picking season) which we enjoy making an annual visit to.
We look forward to visiting Holme Grange Craft Village soon and the cafe is on our list of places to eat at.
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