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Welcome

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 to the right 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

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.

Here are some that that are coming up in the next month or so. Click on the individual event for more details or click here to visit the Events Section to see everything currently planned.
Apple Art Competition 2015

Apple Art Competition 2015

Take part in our summer art competition, celebrating all things apples!
Entries to be submitted by Friday 28th August.
-- Click here for full details
Sketching and Painting Workshop

Sketching and Painting Workshop

Summer Flowers in Watercolour
Book a place to enjoy a day sketching and painting summer flowers, with Karen Stone.

-- Saturday 15th August
Sculpture Trail 2015

Sculpture Trail 2015

Celebrating 10 years of fine sculptures in the Jinney Ring gardnes.
FREE ENTRY
-- 27th August to 4th October
Apple Day

Apple Day

Visit Jinney Ring, Avoncroft Museum and Hanbury Church for a great day out, with a ride on The Apple Bus!
FURTHER DETAILS COMING SOON

-- Sunday 4th October
Pudding Night

Pudding Night

Pudding Night
A whole evening of puddings in Ring's Restaurant
-- Friday 16th October
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The Memory Tree

The Memory Tree

The latest addition to the Jinney Ring Gardens, raising funds for Alzheimer's Society.
-- Click here to find out more
Mini Farmers Market

Mini Farmers Market

Little Black Pig at Jinney Ring!
Fresh local produce from Little Black Pig now open from Wednesday to Sunday, and Bank Holidays, throughout August!
-- Click here to find out more

Sign up to our database for news and events

To receive news and events information from the Jinney Ring Craft Centre via email (a very short e-mail sent out roughly every 4-6 weeks) click here to subscribe.
If at any time you no longer wish to receive our news click here to unsubscribe.

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

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 11 which covers Feb 2015 to Jan 2016)
Socialise with us.....

Socialise with us.....

Our Ducks in the garden keep a beady eye on everything that goes on here and report back in the "Ducks Diary" Please click here to read our blog.