The Honey Pot’s new premises from April 2015

Following un-acceptable changes to the terms and conditions by Derby City Council, The Honey Pot has moved out of Markeaton Park Craft Village, Derby after 25 years trading there. Putting up with conditions un-fit for purpose. Such as cold, damp and mouldy walls. Leaking roof, flooding and lack of maintenance by the Council.

Inside of the old unit flooded out in 2012















Floods right up to the door of the old unit














The rear of the old unit, water pouring in through the wall














The torrent of water passing the old unit at
Markeaton Park Craft Village











The Craft Village covered in Snow in 2014












Icicles forming at the rear of the old unit in 2014












So, From April 2015 we are now at Unit 73, Trent Business Centre, Canal Street, Long Eaton, Nottingham, NG10 4HN.   Telephone:0115 9726585

Much cleaner, drier and warmer than the old unit. We are on the second floor and next to the stairs and an industrial lift to help with collections and deliveries and disabled access.

We are located at the bottom of Canal Street on the corner of Bennett Street. (see contact for details)

Car Park entrance is just next to the main entrance but this is often full, but there is plenty of free off street parking around, this is a busy area but you should be able to find a place easily.

The receptionist on the right will direct you before you get familier with the new unit.

There are plenty of facilities including a reception area, toilet, meeting room and just 200 yards up Canal Street on the corner of College Street there is a Fish and Chip Shop, Chinese Take Away, Chemist, Florist, Local Coop, Cash Point, Post Office, Small Café, Computer repairs, Wooden Toys maker, Hair Dresser and a large Church.

For you dog owners who enjoyed the walk around Markeaton Park there is a great walk just down the road at Dockholme Lock about 400yds along Bennett Street, called Toton Wash Lands covering the River Erewash and Canal area, with an abundance of wild life and it is used by walkers, cyclist’s and dog owners frequently.

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