Textiles

Headmasters Embroidery & Schoolwear
Short Description:
Embroidery services and suppliers of school uniform.
Long Description:
We are located in New Mills, High Peak, we provide uniform to many schools in and around Derbyshire.
We are a family run business who have been trading for over 20 years, and all our embroidery is done ‘in-house’.
We have staff that are highly trained, many of our employees have been with us since we started embroidering our own garments, and we pride ourselves in providing a first class and personal service, something which is endorsed by the many wonderful comments we receive from our customers.
We always work closely with all the schools to maintain a high quality of service, products and customer relations.
Phone Number:
01663 749526
The Gallery
Long Description:

The Gallery is an Independent Artist Cooperative selling contemporary art and craft made in the High Peak to suit all budgets. A lovely open space across two floors, displaying original art, contemporary jewellery, ceramics, fused glass, textiles, wood, cards and gifts. The artists and makers staff the gallery themselves, hang all the artwork and change the work on view every few weeks to fit the seasons.

Upstairs at The Gallery is a treasure trove of local art

The Gallery is a Covid Secure space, with strict hygiene and social distancing measures in place. Sandwiched between an excellent bookshop and sewing shop in the cultural quarter of New Mills, we are always happy to welcome new browsers and visitors to our bright and colourful Gallery.

You’ll find The Gallery 12 High Street, New Mills SK22 4AL 01663 309039

Opening hours October 2020 Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10.00 – 4.00pm

November 2020 onward Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10.00- 4.00pm

Amanda Whewell – artist
Business Genre:
Long Description:

Amanda Whewell BA(Hons) Creative Practice – Embroidery.

Working with pre-used textiles I produce thought-provoking art of my own and also within group projects. I investigate through deconstruction and reconstruction and record and analyse the process. The familiarity of the materials makes the work accessible and evocative whilst the demolition process hints at the uncanny. Inspiration for my work can often come from secrets that are hidden within the fabrics. I like to make and remake to produce evolving artwork.

My work explores issues concerning environmental, economic and social sustainability and often refers to memories contained within or triggered by the fabrics. I use traditional skills with a contemporary approach.

My studio is at New Mills School Business and Enterprise College where I am artist in residence. I am also resident artist at Godley Community Primary School in Tameside. I create and deliver workshops for primary and secondary schools working with both children and staff. The emphasis is on enjoying creativity and boosting confidence whilst crossing into other areas of the curriculum for inspiration. I also work on community arts projects.

Phone Number:
07790070897