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The Tea Cosy at Hurstbourne Tarrant is a locally owned Tea and Coffee Shop in the village of Hurstbourne Tarrant, between Andover and Newbury, on the A343. Owned and managed by Jenni Danks, It is a gorgeous place to have coffee and a massive selection of fabulous home made cakes. The atmosphere is happy and relaxed. There is also a lovely selection of  gifts and crafts for sale, including a selection of my framed prints and Mugs. And, well behaved Dogs are welcome x










This is my own Pup, behaving very well, in The Tea Cosy.

https://www.facebook.com/theteacosyhurstbourne/

Coco’s Canine Crèche is the place to go in the Andover area if you want your Dog to be entertained and exercised while you are at work. Located a couple of miles south west of Andover, in Weyhill, Coco’s Crèche is the dream child of Paula Staff, an ex colleague of mine, in our former lives working at Test Valley Borough Council. Coco’s also offers regular walks for people who need someone to call in and walk their Dog while they are at work. In addition Paula runs Puppy socialisation classes.

I have a display of my Artwork in the upstairs area.

http://www.cocoscaninecreche.co.uk/

Vince McGarry is the owner of Ace framing and Art Gallery at Picket Piece. He has a massive array of products, including Caran D’Ache colour pencils. Vince does quality mounting and framing, as well as having a selection of cards and prints for sale, including some of my Hare prints.  There are also original portraits for sale and displays by local Artists. Vince does all my Quality prints of my Artwork and mounts them. When I have enough original pieces to have my first Art Exhibition, this is where I will have it.

www.aceframing.co.uk


St Mary Bourne Village Shop is a convenience Store that was funded by the local community. The manager is Lara, and the staff are all volunteers. You are assured a warm welcome when you visit and the array of locally produced food, homemade cakes and specialist Cheeses is stunning. There is a corner of the shop which is used to display local peoples businesses, a different one each month. I was lucky enough to have my products on display in October and December of last year.

https://www.facebook.com/smbvillageshop/