"a crafty little secret in the gorge"
Maws Craft Centre is situated in the picturesque Ironbridge Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1.5 miles from the historic Iron Bridge and housed in the refurbished Victorian tile factory of Maw & Co, once the world's largest tile manufacturer. The centre comprises 20 independently run studios housing an eclectic mix of Arts & Crafts specialists and Holistic therapists, together with our popular café & tearoom.
Our courtyard is used to host events including Glenn Miller evenings, Jackfield Brass Band concerts, World Heritage Site events, outdoor art exhibitions and seasonal fairs.
Please note that before you come to Maws Craft Centre you will be driving through the Jackfield Stabilisation Project site. The project is a massive three year undertaking due for completion in 2016. The section of the road between the Jackfield Tile Museum and Maws disappeared in the 1980s landslip and a temporary road was put in by using the tract previously used by the railway line. This “temporary” road then remained for 30 years and deteriorated badly because of the area of active landslip it is in. In the last few years it resembled a roller coaster ride more than a flat rail line. The landslip area is now being stabilised, a new temporary road has been put in which is much wider and flatter than the old road and a new permanent road will be constructed. The project also includes works to the river bank to prevent erosion, new foot paths, grouting of mine workings and land drainage.
Throughout the duration of the project craft centre shops will be open as usual - please come and visit and support our shops and café!
For more information please see http://www.telford.gov.uk/jackfieldstabilisationproject
Maws Craft Centre (Jackfield) Ltd, Unit B31, Maws Craft Centre, Jackfield, Telford, TF8 7LS
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