Christmas in Hay

This will be our first Christmas in Hay, both for business and home. And what a strange Christmas run in we all will have thanks to Omicron. Up till a few days ago the town was bustling and busy, now at what should be a prime trading time, everywhere is quiet as people heed the […]

Hay Castle

Hay Castle has a long and chequered history. The earliest parts are Norman, built when the French spread westwards into Wales . The main body is Jacobean, and over recent centuries various owners have tinkered with it, adding parapets and suchlike, so like most old buildings it is a complete patchwork. Oh and it has […]

A Visit from Anna Roebuck

One of the unexpected delights of the last few months is how many of our Devizes customers have popped into the gallery to say hello, and sometimes to buy quite a lot! It has been really touching to see so much loyalty and affection from Wiltshire. And it hasn’t just been customers. About a week […]

Exciting Art Arriving

June has come and gone, and it was fantastic. Visitors are back in numbers and Hay has been buzzing. It has been good to see the town so alive after lockdown after lockdown. Of course restrictions remain. The vast majority of people are wearing masks, which is a bit of a faff, but we all […]

Hay virtual Festival

Like so many other festivals and events, Hay Festival has been derailed by Covid. But undaunted  the organisers have created a really very inspiring virtual festival that is now in full swing. Many devotees of the festival have come to visit anyway, so that with the sunshine (google “Sunshine” if you need a reminder) has […]