• HCA Staff, Trustees, and Advisors The Heritage Crafts Association is a volunteer-led civil society organization, Registered Charity (not-for-profit).  The HCA is governed by a board of trustees (the committee), and run with the support of a co-ordinator, advisors and volunteers. Read More
  • Thank you to all of our Benefactors, Members and Affiliated Groups, both those listed below and those that have chosen not to be listed. For more information about Membership, and to sign up, visit this page. Benefactors: The Headley Trust Read More
  • The Heritage Crafts Association's President His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales   The Heritage Crafts Association's Patrons Emma Bridgewater – Ceramics manufacturer Emma Bridgewater is the owner of of the eponymous pottery, based in Stoke. Noted for their polka dot Read More
  • Affiliated Businesses:   Albionshire Crafts                     Aryma Contemporary Marquetry 6-7 Ddole Enterprise Park Llandrindad Wells       LD1 6DF WALES 01597 825 505 www.aryma.co.uk Marquetry Boat Building Academy Ltd Lyme Read More
  • Thank you to all of our Affiliated Organisations, both those listed below and those that have chosen not to be listed. For more information about our Friends' Scheme, and to sign up, visit the sign up page.   Affiliated Organisations: Read More
  • The Radcliffe Red List of Crafts in Jeopardy in the UK – kindly funded by the Radcliffe Trust – is a strategic project which will provide essential decision-making information to all those concerned to increase the sustainability of crafts – funders, advocates, and Read More
  • During our 2015 conference, A Place for Craft, speaker Genevieve Sioka from the National Trust announced this fantastic opportunity for makers. Read More
  • For most of our history, making things by hand was the norm, and the skills were passed from one generation to the next. In this digital age, when so many spend their days in front of a computer screen, the Read More
  • Support the HCA by joining our Members' scheme. There are two ways in which you can become a member – as an Individual Member or as an Affiliate Member (organisation or larger business). In case of difficulty, please contact the Administrator: Read More
  • Gifts for those hard-to-buy-for people or a treat for yourself Support the Heritage Crafts Association by buying The Ladder Maker DVD or our greetings cards.     Read More
  • Achievements 2013 - 2014 The highlights of what the HCA has accomplished with your support in the last two years: Getting Crafty in the Classroom – resources for non-specialist teachers at Key Stage 2 Manifesto for Making conference at the V&A Tool Read More
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The advocacy body for traditional heritage crafts