A POP-UP handmade craft shop will be staying in Caversham until mid November, with the hope of staying until December.

Artisans Handmade UK's pop-up shop came to Caversham's Church Street earlier this month and will be staying until the middle of November.

However, owners and crafters, Kellie Henderson, Elisa Lionetti and Natasha Martell are hoping they can remain open until Christmas.

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They opened their first shop in May 2019 in Kidlington and when this shop closed in August, they opened one in Caversham.

The goal is to provide the community with a wide range of unique hand crafted products made by passionate artists and crafters.

It gives small handmade businesses the opportunity to showcase their wares on the High Street and currently there are 35 crafters involved with more on a waiting list.

Mrs Henderson explained: "Customers can expect to find lots of unique gifts for all occasions such as jewellery, home fragrance, greeting cards, glass designs, eco products, children's clothes, books and lots more and even better it's all handmade!"

She added: "It’s important to bring crafters together all in one place so we can work together and help each other bring these fabulous products to the community."

Alongside crafts, the shop will be offering a range of different workshops such as jewellery making, yarn dying and calligraphy.

Children can also get involved with ceramic painting and after school and weekend sessions.

The pop-up shop is open Monday-Saturday 10am until 5pm and Sunday 11am until 3pm.