Our aim is to promote the knowledge of basketry,
chairseating and allied crafts; their making, study,
collecting, teaching and use.

To set standards of teaching and quality of workmanship
and to encourage original design.

We promote classes, courses, exhibitions, lectures
and discussions.

We award bursaries for further study, both at
formal courses and for periods of travel.

The BA became a Company Limited by Guarantee
on Sept 3rd 2012

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or chairseater

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Annual Accounts of the BA have been published
If you are attending the AGM, you may wish to print a copy to bring with you
Looking for a Basketmaker or Chairseater?
The comprehensive Business Register and the Trade Directory provide information about basketmakers and chairseaters who run craft businesses. The Business Register represents a huge range of styles and skills from traditional to contemporary. The Trade Directory lists some full-time commercial willow basketmakers who have been selected by a panel of senior basketmakers.

NB. We have taken every care with both these lists. The Basketmakers' Association cannot warrant
the quality and timeliness of anyone included. All contacts must be made directly between the maker and the customer.
The Scottish Basketmakers Circle website is at www.scottishbasketmakerscircle.org

Every effort has been made to contact copyright owners of material reproduced on this website. Any omissions are inadvertent,
and will be corrected if notification of the amended credit is sent to the website coordinator.

Company No 8199799. Registered Office ONLY: Basketmakers' Association Ltd. B1 Laser Quay, Culpeper Close, Medway City Estate, ROCHESTER KENT ME2 4HU. Please DO NOT send any BA mail to this address