Fenny Lodge Gallery is one of the largest contemporary applied art galleries in Buckinghamshire.
Housed in an attractive 18th century building, it offers an extensive range of paintings, prints,
ceramics and commemorative ceramics, jewellery, wood, sculpture, decorative furniture, mirrors and clocks, free-blown glass, a garden room and
picture framing. We also offer a free gift wrapping service and gift vouchers.
Its exquisite works of art and the beautiful garden
stretching down to the Grand Union Canal make it an enjoyable place to buy unusual gifts for friends or original works of art for your office and home.
Regular customers are invited to a Private View before special exhibitions held in the Spring and Winter every year.
We also have a changing exhibition of work at Bromham Mill and a Mary Rich vase is on permanent display at the Cecil Higgins Museum in Bedford.
Glass makers on show include Jane Charles, Ann
Wood, Siddy Langley, Patrick Stern, Peter Layton, Isle of Wight glass, Lara Aldridge.
Artists on show include Barry Guppy, Ian Bliss,
James Horton, Peter Hayes, Elaine Peto, Jenny Hale, Sally Somerville, David White, Deborah Prosser, Andrew Hill and Anne James
Please telephone or e-mail us for further details of exhibitions and artists on display.
Fenny Lodge Gallery is a member of the
Independent Craft Galleries Association.
Fenny Lodge Gallery
Simpson Road, Fenny Stratford, MK1 1BD
Tel: (01908) 639494
Opening times: Monday to Saturday.
DirectionsFrom the A5: Go the Little Brickhill Roundabout. Take the Watling
Street (V4) exit, which is signposted Bletchley. Look for the brown Tourist sign that
says "For Fenny Lodge Gallery follow the sign of the pot". Once you have crossed
the Grand Union Canal, turn right into Simpson Road at the crossroads (The Swan
public house will be on your right as you make the turn). The Gallery is situated 200 yards beyond the level crossing on the right-hand side of the road.
From the M1: leave the motorway at Junction 13. At the exit roundabout, turn left
onto the A421 to Milton Keynes and Bletchley. At Kingston roundabout, take the second exit (H9 Groveway) to Aylesbury. Continue over the Walnut Tree and
Walton roundabouts. After Walton roundabout when the road becomes dual carriageway, turn left for Simpson into Simpson Drive. At the next junction, turn
right into Simpson village, you will pass under two major bridges. When you pass over a narrow humpback bridge, the Gallery is located approximately 250 yards
further on on the left-hand side of the road.
Parking: Fenny Lodge Gallery has its own car park. Just drive through the gates and down the gravel drive.
Mooring: A private stop-to-shop mooring at the bottom of the garden is ideal for canal-travelling art collectors on the Grand Union Canal.
By train: The Gallery is a short taxi journey from either Central Milton Keynes or
Bletchley railway stations, and is within walking distance of Fenny Stratford railway station.
Why not visit us on our web site at www.fennylodge.co.uk