Members of the UK saddlery community recently paid a visit to both Nutwell Saddlery and Unicorn Saddlery in order to offer their support and learn from their experiences.
Along with Fenix Carriages, John McDonald Harness Maker, and World Horse Welfare it made for a most informative and inspirational couple of days.
Thanks must go to Kerry McBain at Nutwell Saddlery, Mark Broadbent at Fenix Carriages, John McDonald and Kate Hetherington, Philip Ireland at Unicorn Saddlery, and Claire Dickie and Roly Owers at World Horse Welfare.
Such visits and dialogue aim to encourage and enable saddlery and leather businesses to achieve their full potential.
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