We’ve decided to have a very ginspirational 2023 at Shed One!
As well as creating new gins for Shed One, we’re working with some very special people on small batch, limited edition, bespoke gins. Plus, since producing our Ulverston gin, made with botanicals foraged around the neighbourhood, we have plans for another locally-foraged gin in collaboration with a local beauty spot. It will also give us a year round supply of ingredients to use in our gins and Afternoon G&Teas.
2023 at Shed One
In 2022 we started our “Crafternoons”. Usually a Sunday, sometimes another day, we invite a local artisan to host a workshop. We provide the venue, the G&T and a few sweet treats. Thea guided a couple of groups through the art of candle-making, using eco-soya wax and natural oils.
Jess Levine encouraged us to all get messy with her Abstract Printing Workshop. Both will be back in 2023 at Shed One for more. So far, they’ll be joined by Medical Herbalist, Sarah Atkinson and Needle Felter, Sally Whittaker.
For more information about our Crafternoons, head to our Special Events at the Shed. We’re just finalising details and dates and if you want to be kept in the loop, please contact us and we will add you to the Crafternoon mailing list.
Cocktail & Cakes
Talking of Special Events at the Shed, we’re adding more dates to our Cocktail & Cakes events. Available on a Friday (once or twice a month) we’ll be mixing one kind of cocktail and including 3 mini cakes. A nice, end of the week treat for you and your friends & family.
More dates will be added.
Arguably, the most special events in 2023 at Shed One…
Gin Elopements & Weddings
Specialising in Gin Elopements, we’ve been honoured to host a few wedding celebrations and we’re looking forward to more.
Just the couple, with us as witnesses, or up to 30 guests, Shed One has proved to be a perfect place for a stylish and slightly quirky celebration. It’s definitely unique!
Finally, whatever we do in 2023 at Shed One, we will continue to be environmentally sustainable including more researching and implementing of green initiatives. We already have a couple of ideas for saving more water and sourcing a greener bottle. We’re also pleased to say that we’re continuing our partnership with the charities, Furness Homeless Support Group and Cumbria Action for Sustainability through our Marmalade Fund.
Thank you for all your continued support.