Zebediahs has changed hands from John and Suzie who started this beautiful shop 2 years ago, to René Trewern who has been a collective member of the shop since the start. Nothing will change and we will still be the best handmade and art shop in Launceston.


Wow, it's been two years and we're still going strong. Thank you, once again for all our loyal customers and keeping the town centre buzzing. 


Hooray! We've been here for one full year and we've had such a tremendously positive welcome from locals and tourists alike. 

We hope to continue bringing you quality local art and craft, and support our community. 


On the morning of the 3rd June 2017 we opened our doors for the first time, with the ribbon cutting conducted by John Lawrence. John has illustrated over 200 books including Watership Down, and has worked with authors including Philip Pullman. In 1986 he supplied the i...


The opening of Zebediahs Makers Collective came about in a rather serendipitous way. Many people in Launceston remember when 5 Church Street was the Tamar Gallery, owned by Norman and Irene Preston.

Norman, a native of Calstock, was a watercolour artist. He had a dislik...

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