We are open as normal up until Christmas Eve, but the centre is closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day. For full details of our opening times for Christmas and New Year, please click here.
The Jinney Ring Craft Centre is located in Hanbury, a picturesque village situated between Droitwich Spa and Bromsgrove. We are only 5 miles from Redditch; 9 miles from Worcester; 15 miles from Kidderminster and 18 miles from Birmingham city centre. (SAT NAV LOCATOR B60 4BT)
On site we have a wide range of crafts people working in their own individual businesses as well as a large quirky gift shop and gallery, both selling unusual gifts and works of art. Details of all of these can be found in the sections to the left.
We have a daytime "Farmhouse" Restaurant, housed in a genuinely rustic old barn. This building also opens in the evening as "Rings" Restaurant for private parties and special events.
The Craft Centre is set in lovely gardens with duck ponds and wide views across to the Malvern Hills.
We are possibly the most visited craft centre in the West Midlands and pride ourselves on being a traditional craft centre where you can watch skilled craftsmen and women at work - rather like stepping back in time.
Information for visitors and general site information is found in the sections at the top of this page.
This website is principally designed for visitor information; however you can also buy a small selection of gifts and gift vouchers in our online shop - that is if you don't have time to visit in person!
Forthcoming Events at The Jinney Ring
We have a good range of activities and events here throughout the year including Courses, Food and Drink Theme Nights, Festivals and Fayres as well as Children's Activities.
You can also join our TEXT service by texting T94RT to 60777 followed by your full name to recieve short text messages which will stop you missing anything. (You can opt out at any time).
Our Latest Newsletter
We have a regular newsletter which covers items of interest at the Centre and provides contact details for the units. Please find it on-line here. Hard copies of the newsletter are available in the Centre as well as through the post upon request. (This is Issue 12 which covers March 2016 to Feb 2017)