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Situated between Petersfield & Rogate on A272 The Barn Emporium is easy to find. This renovated Victorian barn on the family farm has been transformed into a welcoming light, airy space, divided into smaller units, with a shared central till. It houses over 50 artisans, crafters, artists and small independent traders selling their unique products. The building is set in the front courtyard of the farm with free customer parking on site. Browsers are welcome. Give yourself plenty of time to peruse the unique treasures inside including; handmade furniture, vintage items, glassware, ceramics, pictures, needlework, crafted wood, handmade silver jewellery, clothes, accessories, gifts, cards and much more. Visiting this dynamic community of like-minded people, staffed by the members themselves, you can always be sure of a warm welcome. There is also a small annex room available for workshops, pop-ups and table top sales. Make a day out and combine your trip to Durleighmarsh Farm with a visit to the Farm Shop www.durleighmarshfarmshop.co.uk/ and The Tea Barn. www.teabarn.co.uk/

The Barn Emporium

The Barn Emporium at Durleighmarsh Farm. A wonderful space hosting artisans, crafters and small independent traders.

The Barn Emporium, Durleighmarsh Farm, Petersfield, Hants GU31 5AX

+44 (0) 1730 264641

thebarnemporium@outlook.com

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