Lyttleton Stores is a collective of people, combining our loves of organic home grown food and artisan made craft ware. Our mission is to connect customers, makers, and growers, encouraging conscious, ethical, local economies as well as transitioning to a no-waste, lower energy future.
Lyttleton Stores is set in the oldest part of Lawson’s shopping district, in a building dating back to 1884, beautifully utilised as a produce store early on and then over time and many changes of hands becoming a country antiques store selling wonderful hand made wares from the past. We seek to bring this combination of Lawson’s history and our own life history together as Lyttleton Stores, a hub of creativity and culture, food and community.
Jacinta has always been very creative and productive and is described by her Papa as ‘the sails’ of the ship of dreamers, as she can get carried away! She has owned and operated an organic food business making, retailing and wholesaling products, and also expanded to catering and events.
Jacinta is a busy lady, coordinating the Lyttleton Kitchen, preserving excess produce, baking sourdough bread and cooking all sorts of delicious things.
Eloise has a background in media arts and museology. Eloise coordinates Atelier, curating the space as well as building connections with local makers, artisans and artists. Eloise also coordinates Atelier's Window Gallery, hosting monthly exhibitions, as well as Lyttleton’s Summertide and Wintertide Makers Markets.
Emmanuela (Manu) Prigioni
Manu is a small scale food grower with a background in Permaculture and regenerative agriculture. She is passionate about helping people grow food locally at a small scale throughout the Blue Mountains . Manu teaches most of the garden workshops at Lyttleton, manages our Backyard Grower system, and records all that goes on in our Garden on our Lyttleton garden blog.
It is thanks to Haylea that we have gorgeous illustrations and graphic design throughout the shop! As well as working in the shop, Haylea designs all our labels, leaflets and handouts.
Nick is responsible for many of the incredible photographs we post on our website, Facebook and Instagram pages.