A belt pouch designed to hold 25 12 Bore Shot Gun Cartridges inside their original box plus 4 additional cartridges in loops on the side.
Clay Pigeon Shooting
We think this hand crafted product is ideal for any Clay Pigeon Shooting Enthusiast!
Quality Veg Tan Leather
The main pouch is made from a single piece quality veg tan leather, hand dyed and hand stitched. The cartridge loops are made from the same piece of leather and hand stitched onto the side of the pouch.
The example in the photograph is dyed “Saddle Tan” using an oil dye from a leading manufacturer. Other colours are available such as Mahogany, Chocolate Brown, Walnut, British Tan and many others in either Oil Dye or Spirit Dye.
Hand Crafted to Order
Our Shotgun Cartridge Holders are hand crafted to order so customisation can be added.
Prices start at £40.00. (Gun and Cartridges are NOT included.)
We can adapt this design to hold various sizes so may suite other items that you would like to carry on your belt.
Please contact us to discuss requirements and/or purchase one of our hand crafted leather cartridge holders.
Evancliffe Leathercraft have become Organisation / Business Members of the Heritage Crafts Association and have been listed on “The Makers” craft directory.
Heritage Crafts Association (HCA)
The Heritage Crafts Association (HCA) is a membership organisation who’s members include craft organisations and groups, such as charities supporting crafts, groups of makers from a region and groups interested in a particular craft. The HCA receive no government funding.
The Makers is a showcase for Heritage Crafts Association members who are practising craftspeople.
It is also a place to search for open workshops to visit, to find craftspeople to demonstrate at fêtes and fairs and to find craftspeople who teach their craft and share their expert knowledge.
The Heritage Crafts Association is registered with the Charity Commission as charity number 1159208
See blacksmithing and stained glass demonstrations, talk to the experts and try your hand at a range of heritage building and traditional crafts including leatherwork, weaving, pottery, stone carving and much more.
Food & Activities
There will be food and craft stalls and children’s activities all weekend.
Take the opportunity to peek inside the Castle in their Behind the Scene’s Toursrunning at 10.30 and 1pm or their St Peter’s Chapel Tours running from 10am-4pm all weekend. For this weekend only the Chapel will look even more stunning than usual as it is filled with beautiful floral arrangements to celebrate a Week in Flowers.
DAFFODIL PARK COMMUNITY EVENT – Billingham
Sunday 3 September 2017 2.00-4.00pm. – Guided walk at 2.30pm
Join Tees Archaeology for an afternoon of exploration and fun on Sunday 3 September 2017, from 2.00-4.00pm, at Daffodil Park, Billingham.
Daffodil Park, in Low Grange, Billingham, is the site of a medieval manor house which belonged to the Prior of Durham.
The land, now a public park, was given to the Priory shortly after the Norman Conquest. It became a farming centre and between 1258 and 1273, Prior Hugh de Darlington built a grand manor house on the site which even boasted a clock, a very rare feature in the 14th century!
World War Two Mystery & Demolition in the ’60’s
All the buildings were demolished in the 1960’s however archaeology can still reveal evidence of the area’s past, including some mysterious structures and air raid damage from World War 2.
Discover the secrets of the parkland on a guided walk with archaeologist, Robin Daniels, from 2.30pm.
Hands On Archeology , Crafts & Story Telling
Become an archaeologist, sorting finds and deciphering runes.
Make your own ‘medieval’ pot and piece of decorative leatherwork with our visiting craftspeople including Evancliffe leathercraft.
Listen to stories from times gone by with our story-teller and practice writing like the monks!
Friend’s Group & The Future
Find out about the dramatic past of Daffodil Park at our community event. You can also support the potential development of a Friends’ Group, to plan for the future of this fascinating site.
Click on this link for directions to the event: Directions