To protect our staff we are working split shifts in very small teams in order that we can maintain social distancing – whilst we continue to work in small teams we regret that our bricks and morter shop will remain closed as we are unable to spare staff to run the shop.
***For this reason our bricks and mortar shop will not be re-opening on the 12th April***
However we will reinstate our click and collect service from the 12th April.
If you require your order urgently please select the Royal Mail Special Delivery option at the checkout.
Getting in touch – our number is 01353 749853 – we’re not able to answer our phones lines at the moment, but if you leave us a message then we’ll get back to you within 24 hours (Monday-Friday). You can always ensure a speedy reply to any queries by emailing us at [email protected]
Our packing teams are working split shift patterns in our warehouse with careful hygiene protocols and thorough cleans between shifts. Due to the reduced staffing in our warehouse and delays at Royal Mail your package of beady joy will take a little longer to get to you.
Who we are:
Spoilt Rotten Beads is based in the village of Haddenham, Ely just outside Cambridge. We stock over 7000 beads, findings, jewellery making supplies & patterns. We source many of our beads direct from the manufacturers and we’re a one stop shop for the best selection of Miyuki and Toho Seed Beads, Czech Glass Beads, Les Perles Par Puca, Swarovski & Preciosa crystal beads, Fire Polish Beads, Findings, Charms, Patterns, Tutorials & all jewellery making and beading supplies. We also teach jewellery making courses and workshops.
Here’s Minty the Spoilt Rotten Bead Bus who was lovingly restored by Stuart (husband of our owner Juliet and our Company Secretary).
If you’re local to Spoilt Rotten Beads you’ll see Minty out and about from time to time!
Spoilt Rotten Beads employees are all passionate about beads and making jewellery, so you will always find new project ideas from our team and free online video classes with Owner & Designer Juliet Browse. We also keep you up-to-date with colour trends and tips on the latest fashions in jewellery making.
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Spoilt Rotten Beads, Jewellery & Brides Ltd
7 The Green, Haddenham,
Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 3TA
Telephone: 01353 749853 (we’re not answering the phone right now, but leave us a message and we’ll return your call)
Email: [email protected]
Company Registered in England & Wales: 06487707
VAT Registration Number: GB 927 9016 06
Bead Shop Opening Hours
Our bricks and mortar shop is currently closed.
Online ordering 24 hours, 7 days a week 365 days a year!
Follow A10 to Ely. Stretham is aprox 10 miles from Cambridge. Turn left at Stretham roundabout, pass through Wilburton and you will arrive at Haddenham. At the cross roads go straight across and you will find Spoilt Rotten Beads on the left handside just next to the village green.
Follow A10 towards Cambridge. Stretham is aprox 4 miles from Ely. Turn Right at Stretham roundabout and pass through Wilburton and you will arrive at Haddenham. At the cross roads go straight across and you will find Spoilt Rotten Beads on the left handside just next to the village green.
Follow A142 from Newmarket to Ely. Turn left at Soham roundabout signposted Wicken and Stretham. Go straight on at Stretham roundabout and pass through Wilburton and you will arrive at Haddenham. At the cross roads go straight across and you will find Spoilt Rotten Beads on the left handside just next to the village green.
Travel by rail to Ely is the easiest – Take the Kings Lynn train from Kings Cross and get off at Ely. Then either jump in a cab (we’re 15 mins away) or hop on the Zip bus that runs every hour.
Environmental & Ethical Policy
You can read all about our extensive eco-friendly policies over on this page.
Meet the Team!
Juliet Browse – Owner
Juliet owns Spoilt Rotten Beads, Jewellery and Brides Ltd. Juliet is a qualified Art Clay Silver Instructor and also teaches a range of our in-house courses. She sources all the beads in the store from all over the world, writes for bead magazines, does the marketing, accounts, website management and lots more! When she’s not working she’ll probably be found looking after her 30 exotic chickens!
Becky – Bead Shop Manager
Becky shares the position of Bead Shop Manager with Vivien. You’ll find Becky in the shop on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Becky teaches a lot of our jewellery making classes, designs kits, appears in video tutorials and is buys a lot of our beautiful fire polish beads and Czech glass. When she’s not surrounded by beads you’ll most likely find her at her sewing machine making beautiful bags!
Vivien – Bead Shop Manager
Vivien shares the position of Bead Shop Manager with Becky. You’ll find Vivien in the shop on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Vivien makes beautiful beaded jewellery and is also very talented at wire work. Vivien also designs kits and patterns and appears in our video tutorials
Jaide – Marketing Manager
Jaide is one of our newbies, but has worked in the jewellery making industry for over 4 years! As our Marketing Manager, Jaide has lots to do, including coming up with our fab offers, creating graphics and adverts and tinkering behind the scenes on the website.
Although Jaide doesn’t work from our shop, she regularly pops in for jewellery design supplies and to take photos for our emails and social media (and to drink lots of cups of tea!).
Mandy works in the shop and packs internet orders on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and has been making beaded jewellery for several years now, including some time spent making jewellery for a UK designer, she’s also big in the Haddenham Amateur Dramatics scene!
Lynne works in the shop and packs internet orders on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. When Lynne’s not making pretty bracelets and beaded jewellery she can usually be found taking her lovely dog for walks on the coast or in her beautiful garden (Lynne has green fingers).
Andree works in the shop & packs internet orders on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Friday.
Emma works in the shop on Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays. When she’s not making beautiful jewellery or packing your orders Emma is most likely to be found looking after her menagerie of cats, dogs and dragons!
Mandy helps out in our warehouse and is our stock controller and keeps our bead warehouse well organized so that we can dispatch your orders as fast as possible, she also helps pack and design kits and seems to spend a lot of time counting beads!
Lauren works in the shop on Saturdays, Mondays and at other busy times. Lauren has been beading for around 12 months now and has very fast become a key member of the design team here at Spoilt Rotten Beads.
Mia works in the shop on Saturday’s and at other busy times, she’s currently studying for her A’Levels and is new to beading, but learning fast and really enjoying meeting all of you!
Awards & Press
Hear all about it!
Our Spoilt Rotten Beads Awards & Press section will keep you up to date on the latest company happenings from awards we’ve won to news articles and interviews.
International Craft Awards 2016
Spoilt Rotten Beads are really proud to have been nominated in two categories for the International Craft Awards 2016: Best Craft Store South of England & Best Workshops
Constant Contact All Star 2015
We’re really proud to have won an All Star Award for our marketing three years in a row!
Feefo Gold Trusted Merchant Accreditation 2016, 2015 & 2014
Winner Best Bead Store South of England 2014 As voted for by the readers of Make & Sell Jewellery Magazine
Constant Contact All Star Award 2012
Best overall Business to Consumer Marketing
Finalist – Ely Standard Business Awards 2012
Winner – Best Bead Store 2012
As voted by the readers of Beads & Beyond Magazine
Spoilt Rotten Beads has been featured in many regional & national publications.
In the October 2013 issue of Homes & Gardens we were listed as one of the top haberdasheries in the UK.