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Slane Craft Collective - CLOSED

3 Newgrange Mall, Ireland
+353 41 982 0008
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Interesting selection of local crafts

Great little shop full of local crafts from knitwear to unusual gifts made from bog oak.I would... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2015
carolyn c
Products of 14 local craftspeople all under 1 roof.

This shop has a great selection of genuine, locally made arts and crafts, from knitwear and pottery... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2015
RosieM1845
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Newry, United Kingdom
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26 Sep 2015
“Interesting selection of local crafts”
1 Sep 2015
“Products of 14 local craftspeople all under 1 roof.”
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3 Newgrange Mall, Ireland
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+353 41 982 0008
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Reviewed 27 September 2015

Great little shop full of local crafts from knitwear to unusual gifts made from bog oak.I would have loved to buy some pieces but was travelling light and couldn't risk the damage to them.

1  Thank carolyn c
Reviewed 2 September 2015

This shop has a great selection of genuine, locally made arts and crafts, from knitwear and pottery to glass jewelry and fudge.

1  Thank RosieM1845
Reviewed 19 June 2015

The shop is run by its crafters and has so much to choose from: fine art, pottery, jewellery, soy candles, kids fleeces, millinery, knitting, woodturning, leather items, handbags and books, preserves, upcycled furniture, handmade soaps... did I forget anything? I'm sure I did. Every time...More

3  Thank HellaToolan
Reviewed 13 May 2015 via mobile

Since this place changed hands and is now owned and run by the craft artisans themselves, it's so much better than it was. Much more authentic / less catch-penny. There's always something worth looking at / picking up. My favourite is the wood turning. Always...More

4  Thank 34210king
Reviewed 25 July 2014

We were enticed by the ads in the local tourist publications and were disappointed by the scarcity of crafts. We were there mid- May , perhaps there were more crafts once true tourist season started in June.

Thank 60Linda7
Reviewed 20 December 2013 via mobile

This craft shop is fantastic! Wonderful bags, jewellery, pictures, candles etc etc made by locals. Christmas shopping / birthday presents / any kind of present or gift can be got here. Great community spirit! Will be going here for years to come!

1  Thank gemma m