Sales Shelf Space For Hire
We are delighted to be able to offer shelf space for rental inside our shop, which is next to our tea room!
If you’re interested in renting shelf space in our shop then all we ask is that you fill in the application form below, providing a detailed description of what you create, attach some photos, and send us links to your social media pages, if you have them. We reserve the right to decline businesses/sole traders/products without explanation, and we will try to avoid duplication with products (although this may not always be possible).
Spaces in the shop start from just £1.50 per week and we take 0% commission on sales, so you receive the full value of your sale, minus any card transaction fees.*
The sales space is perfect for all local produce, crafts, jam-makers etc, so get in touch!
You can apply to rent space at Chataways Tea Room & Shop here.
Here are some of the businesses already renting shelves at Chataways: Suppliers/stockists
Black Cat Makes
Gorgeous reusable packaging and purses from Black Cat Makes
Contact Claire on 07854 248525
Buzzards Valley Vineyard
Nestled in the Canwell Valley on a 60-acre site some 8000 vines are grown across seven varieties of German and French grapes. Our ethos is good quality affordable, preferably handmade and British products that are not available on the high street.
Our delicious English Wines are now in stock at Chataways Tea Room!
The Garden Roastery
The Garden Roastery is a micro coffee roastery based in Bromsgrove, in the Midlands. Creating and providing a collection of speciality coffee and gifts for individual consumers and small businesses. From those who already know exactly how they like to drink their coffee, to those who are keen to try something new.
The Garden Roastery supplies all the coffee beans used at Chataways.
Laura Jayne Smith Art
Laura is an artist living and working in Worcestershire. A love of wildlife has focused her work on a variety of animal subjects in watercolour, charcoal and pencil. Original work, prints and gifts are available as well as commissions undertaken.
Linda Tate Glass
Linda has been working with glass as a hobby for about 20 years. She started by learning how to cut and assemble stained glass, then moved to fused glass 6 years ago. She has recently left her full time job to focus on making glass art.