Sue Lim, owner of Home End Farm, began to develop her idea for a new craft and art gallery in 2004. Sue knew Herefordshire and Worcestershire were home to great talent. She also had a perfect space in which to display art. And so a bright and airy barn behind Home End Farm was transformed into blue-ginger.
Sue has lived at Home End Farm since 1986 and established an accredited English Language School for overseas children at the house. This work gave her tremendous satsifaction and a worldwide network of friends. But the idea of creating
blue-ginger prompted a change of career and a new phase in the life of the old farmhouse.
The gallery was an immediate success and has taken on a special identity with input from enthusiastic local artists and craftspeople. blue-ginger hosts a programme of regular workshops and has a loyal and inspiring customer base.
blue-ginger usually opens in mid-March right through until the end of December. A winter break gives Sue and the team a chance to refresh the gallery and plan for the creative year ahead.