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110 High Street
Maldon
Essex
CM9 5ET
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Here at Suzie's we sell our own hand-made gifts, up cycled furniture and shabby chic home wares. We also hire out shelves to lots of other clever artisans and crafters, giving them the opportunity to sell high quality goods from a busy High Street location!

We can up cycle your tired and/or old furniture, transforming it into a shabby chic piece you will be proud of once again! For a very reasonable quote, and lots of consulting/discussion you can soon have your furniture looking just how you like it!

We also run regular Art and Craft Workshops, for adults and children, which were featured in the 'Making Magazine' as some of the best in the UK! With only four students per workshop; you will receive lots of individual attention from our professional teachers. We have workshops to suit all abilities and budgets and some are ideally suited for children. With so many topics to choose from, and flexible teaching staff, you are sure to find a subject and time to suit you. Come on your own or book with your friends; we can even provide party packages tailored to your needs. We look forward to seeing you soon.

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