All Stretton artists

After 25 year in their previous rural home, ceramicist Dennis Farrell and his teacher and aspiring painter wife Sally decided they needed to move closer to town and so the search for a new home began.

After a long search they chose a property in All Stretton with the potential to extend the main living area to a dilapidated garage, producing a light-filled space. Local design and construction companies Johnsons Design Partnership of Bridgnorth and Hayward Construction Ltd of Kenley helped turn their dream to reality.

Sally explains, “The final result is overwhelmingly better than we hoped for. With views overlooking the magnificent Carodoc, we now have a truly inspirational room to contemplate, dream and inspire a ceramic piece or a painting, maybe.”

See for information.


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
On Key

Related Posts

Sponsor welcomes plans for fans

Shrewsbury Town fans have been left feeling optimistic following the decision by the Government to allow supporters back into football grounds. The numbers allowed in

Festive fun on the farm

Park Hall Countryside Experience has released tickets for its brand new Christmas event – ‘Elf and Safely.’ Admission to the farm near Oswestry will include

Virtual Christmas lights switch-on

The Glaze family have been bringing festive cheer to the Broseley community for 25 years, raising more than £30,000 for several local charities and community

Take a screen break

Technology advice company techtimeout is challenging people to take a break from their laptops, tablets and phones for a day. The business has dubbed December

Nursery’s lockdown effort hailed

A Bridgnorth nursery has received a congratulations card from the Lord-Lieutenant of Shropshire in recognition of remaining open during the lockdown earlier this year. Little