Ruthin Craft Centre has been welcoming art and craft lovers back into the fold since the 12th of August with a beautiful exhibition by Eleri Mills a Welsh textile artist called Egni- A decade of Creativity, which seems to echo the last few months when we have been spending more time at home and some of us getting more creative with our time.

The craft centre if offering a limited number of special artist led gallery tours with Eleri throughout the showing period. To make sure you are up to date with the latest news and exhibitions you can subscribe to their mailing list here. For a flavour of the exhibition you can view a short film here.

Opening hours at the centre is now 11am – 4pm Wednesday to Saturday with bookings taken in advance via their website here. Entrance to the centre and parking remains free and they have been accredited with the Good to Go scheme ensuring your visit meets industry safety standards.

With so much of us spending more time at home why not treat yourself to something unique and hand crafted to suit your space, from our shop not only will you have something to enjoy for years to come it will also help support craft makers both in Wales and the rest of the UK.

Café R remains closed for the time being however you can take a wander into Ruthin via the unusual Ruthin Art Trail grab some supplies for a picnic or get some lunch in the many eateries.