Established in 1985, Frames of Hedon have been providing quality framing services and original art for over 30 years. We frame anything from a dish recovered from the Titanic to ceramic poppies, from sport shirts and embroidery to medals and watercolours or oil paintings – you name it we’ve framed it.
Our high quality hand-crafted English frames are stocked in a wide range of mouldings to suite all tastes.
We also offer an out-of-hours appointment service to our customers.
We are located in the historic market town of Hedon, the focal point of which is ‘The King of Holderness’ – St. Augustine’s Church.
Hedon was a thriving port for a long time before Hull was even founded. Hedon is a small town and civil parish in Holderness in the East Riding of Yorkshire. It is situated approximately 5 miles east of Hull city centre, and lies to the north of the A1033 road at the crossroads of the B1240 and B1362 roads. Hedon was given its first charter by Henry II in 1158 and was granted improved ones by King John in 1200 and Henry III in 1248 and 1272. Edward III granted the most important charter which gave the town the right to elect a mayor.