Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Merry Christmas 2010

We'll be here up to lunchtime Christmas Eve and then back again on Tuesday 4th January 2011. If you'd like to place an order, the website will remain open and we will attend to it as soon as we return.

Friday, 17 December 2010

Last Orders!

The last post for 1st Class Royal Mail is Tuesday 21st December.

We'll be here as usual, so if you do have any last minute Christmas shopping, give us a ring before noon and will we try our hardest to get your parcels to you by Wednesday 22nd.

Please bear in mind that we're up against the weather!

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Read All About It!!

We're coming up to the end of our special offer of FREE postage on orders over £10.00.  If you place an order by 17th December 2010 you can still benefit from this saving. 

The 20% saving on the craft Explorer packs and 10% saving on selected starter kits also ends on 17th December 2010.  See our Special Offers section to find out more >>

The Explorer packs include feltmaking, silk painting, knitting & dyeing, batik, needle felting, silk papermaking, hand spinning, weaving, glass painting and paper making.  Alone they make wonderful presents, and if you buy a book on the subject, even better!  You can visit the Bookshop anytime (it's open 24/7!) to browse the craft sections >>
Books are a great way to learn about crafts

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Forecast looks Fair

The snow was pretty bad here in Surrey on Thursday and Friday, but the members of staff that made it in didn't let it phase them.

Here's what Managing Director Ian Bowers had to say about Thursday, 'Yesterday the three of us (but I didn't contribute much) handled £2.5K of sales and shifted a full car load of parcels to the Post Offics but the Courier did not come'.

Although the roads were still in a treacherous condition on Friday, the three members of staff became four, and we should be back on track by the close of business on Monday.

Thank you for your patience.

Thursday, 2 December 2010


No! George Weil is open for business as usual although the team is reduce to just 3. We will try to take your calls, answer your emails and process your orders with the same commitment as usual. The local main roads are cleared and gritted and Royal Mail didn't let us down last year, they are only limited by where they will be required to deliver.