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Wire and Bead, Cottam (website snapshot 17/12/2012) Wire and Bead is a home-based business specialising in gifts suitable for religious occasions. Designed and created by Christine Wormleighton, owner of Wire and Bead, all items are unique and made with carefully chosen quality materials. Christian Jewellery and Gifts has a dedicated section on the online shop where you can choose anything from a Christening bracelet to a bookmark or keyring, bespoke orders are also accepted including personalised sterling silver Christening bracelets.

Christine supplies several Christian gift shops in the UK and Channel Islands including the Christian Bookshop in her home town of Preston, Lancashire.

Fundraising for your church?
Items designed and made for fundraising: keyrings, bookmarks etc. Please contact Christine if you would like to discuss your requirements.


Specialist Interests
Christening bracelets, Confirmation gifts, Birthstone jewellery & gifts.

Other Services
Jewellery repair service

Entry Updated: 17/12/2012 | Out of date? | Blog
For correspondence only:
46 The Gables
Cottam
Preston
Lancashire PR4 0LG
Phone: Landline: 01772 739430; Mobile: 07745 124096

Contact: Christine Wormleighton
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Website: www.wireandbead.co.uk

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Opening Times
24/7 Online

Products & Services Available
checkboxPayPal / Credit & Debit Cards accepted
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Other Info
Range available includes Christening Bracelets, Handbag Charms, Bookmarks, Keyrings and Wine Glass Charms. Order online or by telephone if preferred, free delivery on all orders.

Payment also accepted via Bank Transfer (BACS), Cheque and Pingit

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