Evancliffe Leathercraft

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Country Durham‘s Evancliffe Leathercraft have developed a wide range of unique hand crafted leather products. These vary from contemporary modern items for special occasions and everyday use to items specifically for Railways, Re-enactors and LARP enthusiasts.

Evancliffe Leathercraft offer a wide range of leatherwork training workshops to suit everyone. For example, students can learn to make a leather belt, a hand bound leather journal, a water bottle or learn about wet moulding & stamping amongst other things.

19 HolywoodWolsingham, Bishop AucklandDL13 3HE View map
Telephone: 01388526641 Visit Now

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