Made in Haringey
Made in Haringey pop-up shop opens in The Mall, Wood Green
British-Nigerian jeweller, business owner and founder of Crafty North Londoner, Nonia Jeroh, is hosting the Made in Haringey pop-up shop at The Mall, Wood Green. The shop which opened on 8 June features work from a special selection of 17 North London designers, 13 of whom are based in Haringey. The artists are exhibiting a range of products from clothing and accessories, to ceramics and art, homeware, skincare, sweet treats and more!
The pop-up shop is part of Haringey’s Good Economy Recovery Plan, an initiative that has been developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has had a significant impact across Haringey, particularly in sectors such as hospitality and the creative industry. The council has been working closely with businesses, partners, and the community to provide support by investing into our neighbourhoods, supporting residents into work, training and more.
Nonia’s team is also involving the local community through a series of workshops. The shop recently hosted a textile jewellery making workshop for children and another geared towards ‘Tackling the work/life balance’ for small businesses. Details of future workshops can be found on the official Crafty North Londoner website (external link).
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The shop which features work from the likes of Ohemaa Jewellery, Biller Designs and Puzzles of Nature will close on 7 August. Take the opportunity to learn of the fine work produced in Haringey and head down to the Made in Haringey pop-up shop in The Mall, Wood Green today.
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