HERE ARE THE ANSWERS – THANK YOU FOR TAKING PART (Please click on the first image in each category to get an enlarged picture) A Old Sheffield Plate (fused plate) was first produced in about 1743 by Thomas Boulsover a cutler of Sheffield and is the finest form of more ….
“Would you like an adventure now” asked Peter, “or would you like your tea first”. Leslie and Baggott are delighted to be hosting a talk and tasting about tea at Isle Tower on Tuesday 19th June, from 3.30-6.00. The talk itself will be from 4.00-5.00 (with a glass of something crisp afterwards). This is in more ….
Jason Shackleton is a famous local potter and we are very lucky to have a small collection of his at Leslie and Baggott. He was born in 1956. He studied under Bernie Forrester and Colin Kellam at Dartington. He was apprentice to Mary Wandrausch and moved to Scotland – Dunscore, by Dumfries – in 1979. more ….
Now that Spring has arrived (hopefully not temporarily)… why not pop in to Leslie and Baggott for coffee or tea, with a scone or slice of cake? Who knows, you may just be able to sit on the terrace and gaze at the lake (we have seen a kingfisher, nuthatches, long tail tits, more ….