Enntwine is a Mother and Daughter partnership and has been established since The Royal Wedding Bank Holiday back in May 2011. In the last couple of years they have gone from strength to strength andhave been recognised in Fairford and surrounding villages for their friendly service and for going that extra step for their customers. Customers asked for more cards, so a wider variety of cards was introduced in January 2012.
In addition to the above Cheeky Little Prints offers 'Pottery To Go', a cost effective Pottery Painting Service as well as Ceramic Keepsake Kits, which make great gifts. We have over 6 yearsexperience in creating high quality Baby Keepsakes and Personalised Gifts and we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service. We are based in Swindon, Wiltshire where we take prints by appointment for all of our Keepsakes.
A Gift Idea is the UK's favourite online personalised gift store. We have over 5000 gifts in stock and ready for despatch. We hope that while browsing through our website you find the perfect giftyou're looking for. We have tried to cover every base by catering for as many occasions as we can with a large variety of gifts that belong to each. We are always looking for adding further occasions and with the respective gifts selection to go along with them.
Looking for some kids party ideas, creative toys and gifts or some basic craft supplies? KidzCraft offer creative craft party ideas for children from 3 years up like making Pirate Treasure Chests,T-shirt Painting, Animal Pottery Painting, Party Crowns and so much more. Go wild with some really cool science kits or colour up your own castle or palace for fun birthday present ideas.
Sadly neither of us originates from the Cotswolds! We were both brought up in Scotland but have spent many years wandering round the UK and overseas before settling permanently in the Cotswolds. Weare the only thing about Cotswold Gifts that is not designed, created or produced in the Cotswolds! However we are definitely inspired by the region and hope that this shows in the products we have selected for our online shop. We were both finding it a struggle to shop with reluctant children in tow.
Nestling in Stableyard off Black Jack Street in Cirencester is Cameo - a shop for discerning ladies. Beverly Skinner has used her wide experience of the business to bring together a fresh and excitingcollection of high quality gifts at sensible prices. We have recently expanded our premises and thus been able to increase our range of home accessories. Do come along and see for yourself.
All fields marked with a * are required. Our range of African fair trade gifts are bought directly from self-sourced co-operatives in Africa, many of our beautiful African sculptures, crafts andanimal carvings can only be found here. We provide everything from 100% natural soapstone bowls & sizzlers and olive wood kitchenware to life-enhancing Homeware, unique fair trade African gifts, fashion and jewellery. Give something unique in 2015!
Enter a world of truly original gifts from The Original Gift Company and visit our flagship store, based in the historic Stow-on-the-Wold in the heart of the Cotswolds. The Original Gift Company isprobably best-known as the publisher of Britain's favourite gift catalogue, full of inspiring ideas and with FREE personalisation on many products. These days, The Original Gift Company forms part of the largest group of independent specialist catalogues in the country but is still family-owned and run.
We are your complete online supplier for quality novelty chocolate gifts that are just a little unique and hopefully, make people smile. We use Belgian chocolate and that artisan touch to make yournovelty chocolate gifts totally original. This also adds variety to our designs and will make your novelty chocolate gifts that extra special. Whether its chocolate animals or that special event there will always be gorgeous handmade novelty chocolate gifts for every age and occasion.
Originally three medieval cottages, the building which is now The Henge Shop was enlarged and heightened in the seventeenth century. It was thatched until the early twentieth century and isconstructed of sarsen stone, chalk blocks and brick. It features on Stuckeley's map of 1723 and has served as the village post office and fire station in the past.