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The Craft Shop

 

We are now able to display our crystal and pottery in the new craft shop which is one of the new units built by A.I.E [Argyll & Islands Enterprise] for any one wishing to start up a business on Gigha. Hebridean Toffee has two of the units, where they intend to produce fudge which they will call Isle of Gigha Fudge. They intend to use some local folk in the factory, which helps with employment on the island.

  Craft Shop

The other unit was used on Payback Day to display some of the Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust merchandise and associated information. We are very proud of the products for sale in our shop, which include the crystal and pottery decorated with the Gigha tartan. The Gigha tartan was chosen by the people of Gigha from a design by Jeanette Kerr and made up by Johnson's of Elgin. The tartan designed was used on Tain pottery, a very good-looking selection of mugs, dishes, plates, salt & pepper pots, vases and much more. We also have fleeces, sweatshirts and tee shirts with the Gigha Heritage Trust logo and some local crafts. There was also a plan of the new house being built by Viv & Andy, details of the proposed housing refurbishment on Gigha and a display giving information of the new windmills on Gigha.

 

Audrey




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