The Land of Oak & Iron

Welcome to our shop

To visit our Online Shop click here

The Land of Oak & Iron are proud to support local artists and makers, featuring them in a series of recent events at the centre where visitors had the chance to meet the makers behind the products.
We feature products from a range of creatives including illustrators, willow artists, jewellers, painters, glass makers and potters.
Our Current Online Shop
  1. Log in to your account, and select click and collect as your preferred option. Select a  collection time slot that suits you.
  2. Complete your shop online as usual.
  3. Look out for your ‘Ready to Collect’ email or text message 
  4. Head to the Land of Oak & Iron collection point at your chosen collection time.
  5. Once you’ve arrived, let us know you’re here by following the steps via the link in either your email or text message confirmation.

Meet The Maker

Katherine Rodger

Katherine Rodger is a local artist and tutor based in Rowlands Gill, in the beautiful Derwent Valley.  ​When lockdown started in March 2020 Katherine began a

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Val Scully

Local author Val Scully lives in Blaydon and has been involved with the Land of Oak & Iron project since its inception.  She published her

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FairKind Child

Fairkind Child is an independent family owned childhood shop in Horsham, West Sussex. We specialise in providing families with locally & globally handmade baby &

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Hagg Hill Glass

Working with all types of glass, Rena Holford uses many different methods and techniques to create individual pieces. Her work varies from small items such

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Lolla Mac

Based in rural Northumberland, I design and handcraft jewellery using sterling silver and mixed metals, in a simple, contemporary style. I became hooked after a

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Deborah Fox is a full time artist based in Hexham, Northumberland, working from the Fox Family home garden studio. She hand makes unique gifts in

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Snail Trail

Gail Stonley creates beautiful bespoke items from natural materials. Her school nickname “Snail” has now become her signature trademark, with all her items labelled with the pictured logo.

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