At the end of 2016 Tessa left the world of governance and controls associated with corporate communications and set out on a journey of new direction, with an aim of creating a project that would put something back into society and hopefully add value both locally, and globally, for the children of Nepal.  In January 2017 after a month spent trekking in Nepal, Tessa took an old horse trailer and set to work creating The Crafty Pony Bar.   

Doing all the work herself (except the exterior and electrics) she has combined reclaimed woods and copper to create a traditional, classic theme with an industrial twist. Focusing on bubbles, our events provide Champagnes and Prosecco's, complimented by a range of locally produced ciders. We also provide a full bar service or for something with a difference you can hire brand The Crafty Pony for your own theme.

Phase 2 is making our own Crafty Pony cider to complement the cider range provided to us by our local network of Norfolk and Suffolk cider makers. Using traditional methods to create perry and ciders for all year round and for every event.