Maria Caulfield Local MP and Rosy Greenless – Executive Director from the Crafts Council pays us a visit to find out more about the business and our views on the sustainability of British craftmanship.


The main topics that were discussed were how the government can help small business and where the future lies with
British Craftmanship.

We discussed changing the age range for apprenticeships, to start from early 20’s upwards as 16 was felt too young, which would enable
more crafts people to be able to train a slightly older generation which longer term could become better ROI.