Brett Gallery is situated in the pretty Suffolk village of Monks Eleigh.  It is part of Bridge Farm Barns, a collection of several unique and independent retail businesses offering the customer an unparalleled selection of distinctive products and good service. The outlets include a tea room, gift shop, vintage collectables, vintage fashion, quilting and felting as well as a garden nursery.   It all began life as the family concern of “ Corncraft” in 1970.

One of the founders, Win Gage, opened Brett Gallery in 2015 with the aim of promoting the work of locally based artists and crafts people.  There are some 35 regular East Anglian Exhibitors displaying a range of work covering original fine art and prints, pottery, jewellery, glass, photography and wood. 

Win had decided to retire at the end of March 2020 and this now well-established centre was then to have been taken on by husband and wife team, Suzanne Perry and John Reading who intended to continue to source works that fit into this bracket.  Along came the pandemic when the Gallery had to close on 19th March..................

Following the  deferral of the sale of the Gallery, its gradual re-opening alongside Corncraft Tea Room, proved to be more successful quicker than anticipated and it is now open again building on Win's vision, this time with the extended opening hours ofTuesdays to Sundays, 10.30 to 16.30. 

From October, John and Sue took over the reigns, with a busy first week which coincided with the neighbouring monthly Saturday Vintage market. These extended hours are accompanied by a refresh of exhibits as well as the introduction of some new artists. Win will continue to assist for one day a week and Mary, a founding member of staff, has asked to stay with the Gallery, working two days each week.  In early 2021, it is intended to expand the Exhibiting area.

A visit to the calm atmosphere of Brett Gallery within the Bridge Farm Barns rural complex has always been an unequalled retail experience – one which we hope you will thoroughly enjoy again and will lead you to come back to re-visit us.  There is also has free parking, and good disabled facilities. 


Quick Links
Latest articles