Cartwheels Craft Centre
The picturesque valley of Penhawger is the setting of Cartwheels Craft Centre, part of a 17th century barn complex that was restored to its present beauty in 2009 by its owners the Gerry family who have been at Penhawger since 1985.
Julia married into the Gerry family in 2009. Julia and Chris’s first son Oliver was born the following year and their second, Daniel in 2011. Julia gave up her full time employment to become a stay at home mum.
Her inspiration for the craft centre comes from her love of patchwork, quilting and anything involving material combined with working from home and remaining close to the boys.
The craft centre draws together the knowledge and talents of professional local artists and crafters to provide a wide range of workshops that hopefully appeal to both men and women of all ages.
Penhawger provides the tranquil, inspirational environment conducive to creative arts and crafts such as willow work, patchwork, quilting, needle felting and painting.
Cartwheels Craft Centre – ‘Be inspired to create’.
The converted barn complex is also home to Cartwheels Cottages. Two self-catering holiday lets, Mill Barn and Winnow Barn which are presented to a very high standard. Currently, only Winnow Barn is being let. More details can be found on the accommodation page.