ABOUT FULBECK CRAFT CENTRE
Fulbeck Craft Centre, including the Crafty Cafe, prides itself on being an original retail, learning and food experience (within a visitor attraction). The centre promotes craft, craft production and artisanal skills in an ethical and environmentally responsible way. We are passionate about supporting traditional crafting skills and extending a warm welcome to the public to visit and see the craftspeople in action.
Set in the cliff villages of Lincolnshire, Fulbeck Craft Centre, is a group of buildings in the grounds of Fulbeck Manor. Prior to becoming a craft centre and tearooms over 30 years ago, the workshops would have originally housed coaches, horses and tack for the occupiers of the house.
The Stables were originally designed by a distinguished architect in the early 1900s and have now been lovingly restored and host local crafters, who make and sell their own products, and teach their skills on site.
You will also find The Old Coach House Store, the locally renowned Crafty Cafe, a dedicated teaching and learning workroom running workshop sessions delivered by other local craftspeople and new for 2024 our Community Art Space.
The Old Coach House Store boasts a wide selection of unique and beautiful gifts, with the emphasis on eco-friendly and fair trade products. Whenever possible, we support and sell products from local craftspeople from around Lincolnshire.
Entry is free and our crafters would be delighted to show you their crafting techniques and talk about their work.