The Biscuit Gallery & Cafe, Culross is getting into the festive spirit serving complimentary mulled wine and mince pies at their late night shopping evening this Friday. Cafe owner Niall Campbell has just heard that his application for a licence was successful and the cafe/shop can now serve wine. Customers and locals will also be able to buy prints, accessories and ceramics – many of the ceramics are made in the pottery on the ground level of the gallery. The event is from 5 till 8pm, 12 December.

The award of the licence also means that the owner, Niall Campbell can go ahead with with plans in Spring to open on designated evenings serving food, probably a range of mezze dishes, as well as wine.

The cafe and pottery attracts a wide range of customers. Tourists and daytrippers travel to the historic village of Culross – the most complete surviving example of a 16th & 17th century Scottish burgh. People also travel to attend the six-week pottery classes at the Gallery. The classes cover all levels from beginners to advanced and a range of making techniques including coiling, slab-building and throwing on the wheel. Glazing techniques are also covered and work is fired to stoneware techniques.

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Sandhaven, Culross, Fife KY12 8JG
Pottery and shop Tel: 01383 882176
Cafe: 01383 882050

Open 7 days a week