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Dedham Art and Craft Centre
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Charlie 6 shares the ground floor of this magnificent, historical converted church with a delightful tearoom and two further floors dedicated to more than 30 artisans and specialist retailers - a paradise to explore for the casual browser and enthusiastic shopper. From paintings, photography, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, collectible teddy bears and children's toys and furniture to fashion accessories, greeting cards, interiors, glassware and fragrant indulgent purchases - there is something to appeal to all tastes and pockets.

The Centre, situated in the heart of Constable Country in the Dedham Vale on the North Essex/Suffolk border, attracts visitors all year round and is a popular destination for both local shoppers and visitors from home and abroad. With so much to explore under one roof, free entry and free parking in the beautiful village of Dedham, it really is the place to visit at any time of the year.


Months Open: All year, daily, 1000-1700, in summer 1730.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant

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Dedham Vale Family Farm (0.31 miles)

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