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Two Elizabethan tithe barns in stunning horse farm complex
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Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Art Galleries
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Watts Gallery (Guildford)
#4 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Art Galleries
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Category: Antique Shops
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Category: Specialty Shops
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#8 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Art Galleries
Owner description: For over 50 years, the New Ashgate Gallery, the arts charity, has been a window into arts and crafts in Farnham, Surrey and... more » Owner description: For over 50 years, the New Ashgate Gallery, the arts charity, has been a window into arts and crafts in Farnham, Surrey and beyond, supporting artists and makers. It is dedicated to promote and champion the best contemporary art and craft and to provide an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and beyond. We raise aspirations and inspire excellence. We foster emerging artists through professional practice seminars and partnerships. We deliver art workshops and projects in the gallery and the community, supporting widening and diverse participation in arts. As a non-profit organisation, we rely on sales from exhibitions and donations to further our charitable aims.From the 1950s to today Originally established as the Ashgate Gallery in 19 South Street, Farnham, by Elizabeth Naydler, in the late 1950s, the Gallery has been located in a seventeenth century listed building in Waggon Yard, Farnham, since the 1970s. The Ashgate was established with a board of trustees who administered the profits from sales to create prizes and scholarships, and for the purchase of paintings and sculpture for local and national museums. It was the first provincial gallery to show artists with an international reputation as well as supporting local talent.Elfriede Windsor became the director in 1974, after the retirement of its founder, Elizabeth Naydler. Elfriede closed the gallery for a year, refurbished it and reopened it as the New Ashgate Gallery. Elfriede Windsor retired in the 1990s and was succeeded by Susan Szabanowicz, Joanne Barber, Melissa Jarvis and Joanne McCarthy. The current director is Dr Outi Remes who leads the service, strategic direction and organisational objectives of the Gallery as the educational charity.In 2004, the gallery completed a quarter-million pound redevelopment by architect Paul Archer. This created a light and open space gallery for changing exhibitions « less
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The Atrium (Camberley)
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#10 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Antique Shops
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Blackbushe Market (Camberley)
#11 of 24 attractions in Surrey
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Fanny's Farm Shop (Merstham)
#12 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Specialty Shops
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Paperchain (Kingston upon Thames)
#14 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Specialty Shops
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Thames Markets (Kingston upon Thames)
#15 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Flea/ Street Markets
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Blacklocks Books (Englefield Green)
#16 of 24 attractions in Surrey
Category: Shops
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Whitgift Centre (Croydon)
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Redhill (Purley)
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Feather & Stitch Designer Boutique (Richmond-upon-Thames)
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Owner description: Designer ladies boutique specialising in beautiful clothes from mainly Scandinavian, French and other European designers.... more » Owner description: Designer ladies boutique specialising in beautiful clothes from mainly Scandinavian, French and other European designers. From established fashionista brands like By Malene Birger, American Vintage, Filippa K and Des Petits Hauts to up-and-coming designers such as House of Dagmar. You'll find everyday basics - cotton jersey tops, stylish jeans, trousers and super soft knitwear, alongside signature wardrobe pieces - exquisite dresses, skirts and silk blouses in a range of fabrics and colours. The boutique in Richmond, Surrey, provides a fabulous shopping experience outside central London and one of the team are always on hand to help with styling any outfit. Find us tucked away on King Street (the side road next to House of Fraser) we are next to Neal's Yard. « less
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Stanley Picker Gallery (Kingston upon Thames)
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Heaven Nutfield (Nutfield)
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Category: Specialty Shops
Owner description: A place for grownups and children to relax, play, eat andshop – together and apart - all under one roofIncorporating a... more » Owner description: A place for grownups and children to relax, play, eat andshop – together and apart - all under one roofIncorporating a playroom cafe, pamper rooms, creche (free if you have a treatment!) and studio for kids and adult classes. Totally child and parent friendly « less
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