ST DAVID'S shop & AFRICAN CHARITIES
For full details of all our products please click on any of the items below which will take you to our shop and show all the options available.
The final date for placing orders and arranging delivery of your lovely goodies is 19th December.
Stocks are now limited of our preserves and chutney gift bags and festive hampers. Small wreaths and DIY wreath kits have sold out, but larger wreaths are still available.
Chutney Gift Bag
Homemade in the Holme Valley
Local crafts from local produce; enjoy a Chutney gift pack made by our Volunteers; choose from spicy or traditional. Available from 21st November until we sell out.
Made to Order
Home made wreaths made by our resident and incredibly talented florist. Available to order for delivery in December. DIY Kits now sold out, unless you were previously booked on a workshop and are having a kit instead.
Fabric Wreaths & Kenyan Crafts
At Memusi Foundation, we support children to access Free Education and work within communities to help build community sustainability. Take a look at our stall for Fabric Wreaths (locally made) & Kenyan Crafts; with all money going to support education in Kenya
Gift wrapped white wicker baskets full of homemade goodies
Contents include a rich Christmas Loaf approx 700g, a jar of preserve, chutney and either preserved fruit or marmalade (eg spiced pears or satsumas in syrup), two 100g bags of confectionery, eg meringues, brandy snaps, fudge, etc.
Contents may vary from the photo
Traditional fruit preserves and chutneys
Something different, including chutney/pickles containing chilli.
Ignite Youth Group
Cards and Crafts
Ignite Youth Group Cards and Crafts. Cards from £1.50 each or discounts for larger quantity orders. Tea Cosy and Large and Small Christmas Stockings also available to order
Kids Club Kampala
Kids Club Kampala works with some of the most vulnerable communities in the urban slums in and surrounding Kampala, Uganda. Their Women's Initiatives help to empower women through gaining new skills and a sustainable source of income. The women are taught how to make various craft and textile items and all the profits go directly back to the women. These projects not only give women much needed income but also build their confidence and self esteem.