Narelle is a luthier with a passion for making beautiful sounding instruments the traditional way. From her dedicated workshop situated in the stunning Cumbrian countryside, Narelle makes violins, violas, cellos and acoustic guitars using only hand tools. She also provides tuition in all aspects of making, repairing and setting-up.
The Rheged Centre, Redhills, United Kingdom
Date: 8th September 2017 To 10th September 2017
Timing: 5:00 pm To 5:00 pm
On High Hesket's main street (same side as the pub) about half way up the hill look for small stone pillars either side of a gravel drive. Park on the street and walk past the large cream house through another set of stone pillars - the workshop is at the end of the gravel drive around to the left.
About your venue - Accessibility
On a hill, however the drive is level
Long, but mostly level gravel drive
1 step or a small sloped access is available
A standard entrance door with 1 step approx 8 inches high with straight access or a large barn door with a very small concrete slope with straight access. Doors are opened for all visitors.
Hardwood floor of very even surface
Barn doors open 2 metres wide and are opened for all visitors.
One single large open studio room with clear turning space
No accessible toilets available.
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