Made In Greenwich

During the re-opening day of Made In Greenwich (after lockdown eased) I took photos from inside the beautiful shop which features so many lovely products from local artists.
Images to showcase both the store and its products. I had a wonderful time and look forward to meeting their artists and working on more projects together.
Below is information from their website.
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Made in Greenwich is run by GCDA (Greenwich Co-operative Development Agency) a not-for profit organisation that has been working in the borough for more than 40 years helping to build thriving local communities.
They opened in September 2019 after three months of hard graft by staff and volunteers with a budget of little more than £300. IKEA Greenwich generously donated the shop fit for free.
Their goal was to provide local artists, craftspeople and food entrepreneurs with an affordable platform from which to sell their work in a supportive environment. Many of those represented at Made in Greenwich have been on their business training courses, and are trying out their ideas in a retail environment for the first time. 
They started with a handful of makers and now have more than 50 people on their books! They passionately believe in buying local and in supporting home-grown talent as much as they can. To enquire about selling at Made in Greenwich please email maryjane@gcda.org.uk

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