HWAT is extremely grateful to Durrant’s – our major sponsor in 2021 (and previous years). They have enabled us to have all new studio marker signs and new banners. These professionally produced visual aids make it so much easier for our visitors to know about the Trail and to locate the artist’s studios. Durrants – Estate & Property Agents, Beccles, Diss, Halesworth, Harleston & Southwold 

HWAT is also extremely grateful to The Imperial Wine Company in Bungay. We now have a permanent, rolling display of members’ work in their window on Trinity Street.

 

HWAT is also very grateful to our other advertisers to date. They are listed below in the order they would have appeared in the 2020 brochure. Because of the national situation in 2020, the brochure was not printed. Where possible, there is a link to their websites.

Holly Tree House – Luxury Bed and Breakfast , Wingfield

Jane Callender (Callishibori) – International and local textile workshops

The Fleece Inn, Bungay – coffee, traditional pub and dining, private functions

Halo Frames, The Old Mineral Works, Harleston – bespoke picture framing (website under construction – call 01379 853609)

Topcroft Open Gardens – Annual Open Garden scheme (no website, contact HWAT member Carolyn Moulton)

Pura Vida, Wortwell – Cafe, garden design and more

GWC Equestrian Centre, Wingfield – Cafe, pet & animal feeds, and much more

Robinson’s Traditional Stationers, Harleston – Stationers and copy shop

Sue Chapman – Creative Health and Art Therapy, Harleston

D. A. Browne & Son, Harleston & Diss – High-class Family Butcher

Gill Alexander Jazz Concerts, Needham

Type & Image, Design and Print – designer of HWAT annual brochure

Old Harnessmakers Pop Up Gallery, Harleston

Mrs Clarke’s General Store, Harleston

Town Living, Harleston – Knitting and Sewing, made to measure curtains, blinds etc.

Sue Read Shoes, Harleston – Ladies, gents and children’s shoe specialist

The Old King’s Head at Brockdish – Local ales, coffee, pizza & pasta, art gallery