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Eastnor Pottery - Pottery workshops for children, young people, and adults

Clay

Eastnor Pottery
Clay is a fantastic medium. It's a natural material, universally inclusive and reacts to the touch, no matter how slight the intervention. Everybody can do it - everybody achieves.

What we do

Eastnor Pottery
Remarkable clay and pottery experiences designed to explore and develop creativity in all ages and abilities.
Unable to visit us? The Flying Potter can deliver the Eastnor Pottery experience in a venue of your choice.

Who we are

Eastnor Pottery
Eastnor Pottery was established by ceramic artists Jon Williams and Sarah Monk in 1994.

The couple have a combined experience of over 40years working with adults, young people and children.

Adults

Eastnor Pottery
Potter’s wheel workshops
Spend a relaxing day or weekend break making pots on the potter’s wheel.

Hen parties & groups
Create a collaborative sculpture or produce personalised arty facts!

Children

Eastnor Pottery
Fabulous themed 1.5 hr workshops take place every school holiday.

Choose from our menu of clay projects including potter’s wheel tasters, coil pot t-lights and colourful critter pinch pot animals. Make and take away options to paint at home, or for that permanent ceramic effect, why not leave your masterpiece with us to fire and glaze?

Family

Eastnor Pottery
Perfect intergenerational activity
Simply contact the Pottery to check availability, book a time and turn up for an hour or two of creative clay fun.

Drop-in and have a complimentary cuppa or drink of juice when participating. Customers are welcome to bring their own food to be consumed on the picnic tables in the
Pottery garden.

Events

Eastnor Pottery

Festivals
Giant mud sculpture, drop-in potter’s wheel and ‘make and take away’ clay models are just three high quality, accessible projects delivered on behalf of festival and event organisers.

Teambuilding & Away Days
Experiential hands-on sessions from our Herefordshire base. We also travel the length and breadth of the UK working with prominent companies and businesses

Education

Eastnor Pottery
School Projects
We have shared our passion and enthusiasm for all things pottery with tens of thousands of children and young people. We work with all ages and abilities all over the country, sharing the considerable benefits of working with clay

Organisations

Eastnor PotteryCommunity Workshops
The therapeutic benefits of working with clay are considerable. Each year we work with a wide variety of organisations, charities and community groups delivering accessible and fun workshop sessions designed to foster a sense of wellbeing. All ages and abilities from 8 months to 80 years!

Eastnor Pottery

Latest News

Winterfold House School

Spent a lovely day working with YR1 and Reception at Winterfold School in Worcestershire. The book Handa’s surprise provided the inspiration for YR1’s creations with the children making a collaborative fruit bowl filled with fruit and animals from the tale. Reception had been looking at The Three Billy Goats Gruff and opted to make pottery

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‘Dad’s a mug’ pottery for kids in half term

Young potter’s aged 4yrs and up are invited to Eastnor Pottery on Wednesday 27th May 2015 to make a Father’s Day gift on the potter’s wheel. Each participant will create a pottery mug and then personalize it with clay additions. The pots will be fired and glazed in good time for Father’s Day on the

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Farncombe breakout session

Periodically, we are fortunate to facilitate team pottery sessions for corporate clients staying at Farncombe Conference Centre near Broadway. 30 employees from an insurance company based in London stayed at the idyllic Centre as part of their annual team meeting and specifically asked to get creative with clay. Participants enjoyed making pots on the potter’s

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