We have Q&A’s from two local Sale businesses in involved in Sale Arts Trail.
First up Is Minikin Emporium taking part for their second year with two exhibitors Craig McCann from Fishink and Scott Millar.
What is the name and nature of your business?
Minikin Emporium. A truely local independent place to be for the people of South Manchester.
A gorgeous and welcoming place to paint pottery, capture baby hand and foot imprints, buy traditional sweets and greeting cards.
Our creative space is the perfect place to chill out and get hands on… We specialise in ceramic painting which is a perfect activity for anyone, any age, any ability. They say the best think about memories is making them… And that’s just what we do at Minikin x
We have an online shop specialising in personalised gifts… you can find our shop on our website http://www.minikindesigns.com
Describe a typical day in 5 words
Fun, Happy, creative, memory making
What artists will be exhibiting with you at SAT?
Scott Millar and Fishink
Have you got any other event on at your venue for SAT? i.e. workshop? Special exhibitors table? Anyone demonstrating?
During the trail weekend we have a special offer running where people can try their hand at ceramic painting… Paint a cup for the spectacle of only £6.. This includes all paint, glaze and firing!
Was your Business involved in the Sale Arts Trail last year? If it was did you enjoy it?
We were involved in the trail last year, it was such a busy and exiting weekend with so much going on. It was great to see so many people really enjoying the trail and getting to meet so many new people! Hopefully the sun will shine again this year!
Is Sale Arts Trail good for Sale?
It’s fantastic, putting Sale on the map and showcasing the amazing creative talents we have as well as the brilliant independent businesses too.
Tell us something we don’t know
Our kiln fires over 10000 pots every year… It’s the hardest working member of the Minikin team!
Minikin Emporium, 11 Northenden Road, Sale, Cheshire, M33 2DH
0161 973 6822