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email us: click here to send a email
find us: 5 bene't street, cambridge, cb2 3qn
call us: 01223 361200
monday to friday 10am - 5.30pm
saturdays: 10am - 5.30pm
sundays & bank holidays: 11am - 5pm
EASTER OPENING HOURS
Friday 19 April - 11am-5pm
Saturday 20 April - 9am -5.30pm
Sunday 21 April - CLOSED
Monday 22 April - 11am-5pm
Cambridge contemporary crafts is located on Bene’t Street, a lovely old street full of independent shops and pubs.
Accessibility: We hope that everyone enjoys their experience in the gallery. If you require assistance please ask a member of staff who will be happy to help. We have a doorbell in the front doorway of the gallery to attract staff attention. Unfortunately because of the configuration of the very narrow pavement and two steps leading to the gallery space it is impossible to install a ramp for wheelchair access.
A large selection of artwork available in the gallery is also displayed on our website. We are happy to arrange viewing at our sister gallery cambridge contemporary art located a short distance away, on 6 Trinity Street, CB2 1SU, which has step-free access.
Contact us on 01223 361200 or email email@example.com for all general access queries
Parking: If you are driving to Cambridge, the Grand Arcade carpark is about 5mins away. You can also use the Park and Ride which runs 7 days a week. If you get off the Park and Ride bus at Drummer Street bus station or Downing Street bus stop and we are a 5/10min walk away. More information about parking is here.
Collecting art work: If you are driving to the gallery to collect artwork, there is a one-way system and you will need to drive towards the Grand Arcade car park, then follow the road around, past the Corn Exchange and onto Bene't Street. There are double yellow lines outside the gallery, but you can stop very briefly to collect artwork.
Train: There is a fast and frequent train service from London King’s Cross & London Liverpool Street to Cambridge. We are a 25min walk from the train station. To catch a bus from Cambridge railway station into the city centre look for the Citi 1, Citi 3 or Citi 7 services.
Bus: If you are travelling into town on the bus the closest stops to the gallery is Emmanual Street (by Drummer Street bus station), which is about 10mins walk away.
Cycling in Cambridge is one of the best ways to see the city. See the Official Cambridge Cycling Map for routes around the city.
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Submitting work to the gallery
cambridge contemporary crafts welcomes artists to submit work for consideration. Please send us an email (click here for address) with jpegs of your best, most recent work along with prices and dimensions of your work. Alternatively, direct our attention to your website.
Please note that we only sell work that has been handmade in the UK. We sell handmade ceramics, jewellery, glass, textiles, prints, paintings and cards. We don't sell clothes, furniture, cosmetics, glicee prints or photography.
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