How to find us
We are located in Comber, County Down. Comber is a little town on the Ards Peninsula, just 8 miles from Belfast – head out past Stormont and at the next set of traffic lights watch for the signpost to the right for Comber. Entering the town you can’t miss us, we’re right on a mini roundabout opposite the North Down House pub, also know as the TT. The TT, or Tourist Trophy was a famous race held in this area from 1928 to 1936, the cars used to fly past our front door. We love being part of this historic town, did you know one of our famous residents was Thomas Andrews who designed the Titanic?
You can also find us (virtually) on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – look at the bottom of the Home page for links! We tend to use Facebook for news, to keep all our followers up to date with what we are doing, where we are or any new work we are bringing into the gallery. Instagram shows you more of Pam’s own jewellery – new work or work in progress, all feedback welcome. Twitter – well we haven’t quite got our heads round it yet!
There is a free public car park just across the road, under the flyover at the Glen link/Railway street. You can also park on the Belfast Road or anywhere there are no double yellow lines. There is a free public car park in the town centre.
If you are in the Square say hello to Rollo Gillespie, that’s him on top of the pillar right in the centre of the Square. He’s our local hero who, after many adventures was finally killed at the battle of Kalunga in Nepal – his famous last words ‘One shot more for the honour of Down’. Maybe should have been ‘keep your head down’. Anyhoo he’s been standing there since 1845.