Ally's Bags & Cards is a small independent business situated in Studio 4 in the Bideford Pannier Market Hall and is one of the most established. She sells cards for all occasions, and has a very wide range of quality bags, purses and wallets.
- Art, Craft and Stationery
Art, Craft and Stationery
Krazy Price Kards is Bideford’s only local independent Greeting Card specialist. Based in Mill Street for over 20 years, we have grown from just greeting cards to the area’s largest Party Shop, with professional balloon decoration, huge Hen Party Range as well as party wear for every occasion. Our
Welcome to Garlands, a locally owned, traditional stationery shop, dating back some 60 + years , and situated in one of the oldest streets in Bideford. Allhalland Street. Walking around the shop you'll come across the usual selection of Ringbinders, Leverarch Files, Dividers, Document Wallets,
The Burton Art Gallery and Museum is over 65 years old. With its friendly team of staff and volunteers, it has been celebrating, exhibiting and nurturing all kinds of artists since being established on 31 October, 1951 by Thomas Burton and Hubert Coop.
Established in 1992 as a small model railway shop Osborns Models has grown to become the UK shop with the widest selection of N scale items available today which we import and export Worldwide. What is not so well known is that we are also a major stockist of OO Model Railways as well as plastic
Bideford Pottery is a small family business which was established in 1983. Specialising in traditional North Devon slipware, they are particularly well-known for their highly decorated harvest jugs which are mainly commissioned pieces that commemorate special occasions and events.
I am a sole trading business which was established in 2002 in Butchers Row Bideford. We moved to Grenville Street in 2014. We now sell Model Railway items from track to trainsets & everything in between. We also sell Slotcar (mainly Scalextric) racing items from sets to individual bits of track.
Triskel Gallery takes its name from the "three legged" celtic symbol or triskelion. Among its ancient connotations is the idea of three into one. In this case, two of the three elements are Michael Dendle's abstract paintings and Mary Dendle's knitwear, jewellery and needlecrafts.