Have you visited Mason’s Press yet? Two old warehouses in Woodstock have been cleverly converted and given a new lease of life. The space is now home to a mixture of offices and working studios. Mason’s Press does not have it’s own website which makes it difficult to find out what’s actually on offer. I decided to visit and discovered a creative, playful space with lots of potential.
It’s essentially more of a work space than a retail environment so don’t expect to shop up a storm! You can however grab a bite to eat The Mill & Press, enjoy a coffee at Baseline or have a drink at The Mash Tun in between having a wander around.
Remember that Mason’s Press is not open over weekends. Here’s a peak into what you’ll find…
WOODSTOCK CERAMIC STUDIO – consists of Jade Snell Ceramics, Ash Ceramics, Maureen Visagie and Sarah Benjamin. I treated myself to four of Jade’s stunning plates.
BOTANE SKIN ACTIVES
PRESTWICH COLLECTION & MORO GELATO
THE MASH TUN – Craft beer, gin & wine bar
All photography: Lana Kenney ©