We sell linens, bespoke hats, small furniture, collectables, miniatures, potted plants and much more. We are situated in the historic Oxfordshire town of Woodstock right beside Blenheim Palace’s Woodstock Gate entrance.
Each of the galleries will show and explain a little more about what you can expect to find when you visit.
The shop will naturally change but we hope that you get a sense of who we are and what we do.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at No 5 Park Street in person very soon.
Opening times are 10am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday [some Summer Sunday’s too but please ring before if you are coming to Woodstock especially].
Telephone 01993 813855
Please also follow us on instagram where it will be possible to keep track of our most current items!
Louise Pocock Millinery
Cotswolds based milliner Louise Pocock has supplied No 5 with a collection of her handmade hats.
Each hat has been hand blocked and hand stitched. Louise is known for her attention to detail with a love for colour and contemporary twists on vintage styles.
Straw, felt, trilbies, cloches, perchers, buttons, fedoras and many more can be found here. Louise makes hats for women and men.
Louise has a shop in Chipping Campden where she can make bespoke hats to order, has a hat-hire service, runs workshops and has her own millinery school.
She has also been featured in the Guardian, on BBC One’s Inside Out and even made mini top and bowler hat’s as part of a Whoopi Goldberg commisison!
No 5 Park modeled by our staff, friends and customers
Due to the nature of our collectables, what is in the shop will naturally change. Here are a couple of examples of the kind of curiosites you may find at No 5, including Vikki Lafford Garside’s decorative and colourful textile accessories.
Since graduating, from Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art with an MFA in Fine Art, he has developed a multidisciplinary approach to his art work. He is unconstrained by medium, producing works using a diverse range of found materials that unify his practice by provoking thoughts on childhood and nostalgia.