Family pottery sessions throughout the Summer Holidays Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01531 633886 to book a session, turn up and choose from an exciting menu of pottery projects using real clay.
No minimum order of participants required and projects start at just £5. A brilliant and creative indoor activity for individuals, families and friends.
Collaborative clay fun at the Noztock Music Festival 2014. Brilliant festival, great vibe & fab music. Definately be back next year.
We love working at Eastnor Castle, offering visitors the chance to collaborate on significant clay sculptures.
In the past we’ve made knights, a castle, a dragon and even an Estate inspired totem pole.
This year, well over 1000 visitors help make x5 amazing terracotta pheasants. The birds have been constructed and are waiting to be fired. As soon as the fowl are out of the kilns we’ll photograph them and post the pics online. We’ll also exhibit them in the Dry Cleaners window in Ledbury probably around October time.
Recently worked with a leading pharmaceutical company in a beautiful hotel in Marlow Bucks called The Compleat Angler. The 13 strong group made clay sculpture and sampled the delights of the potters wheel after their meeting and before their evening meal.
These event was made possible by our good friends at Eventurous in the West Midlands.
Please take a look at our dedicated webpage for pottery teambuilding and breakout services.
Photos from our ‘Walking on the moon’ children’s pottery sessions in the Summer holidays.
Big spaceman thank you to all who boldly came to play with clay!
Next themed sessions for children take place 29 & 30 Oct 2014 ‘CatNap‘ and include a go on the potter’s wheel. Please tel 01531 633886 or email email@example.com to join in the fun.
Artist Blacksmith Stephen McRae and myself spent a hot afternoon at Ledbury Primary School’s end of term Carnival sporting these inspired and slightly ridiculous ‘Values hats’. We were soliciting peoples views on a set of values for Ledbury – a spot of market research for a metal and clay Sculpture Stephen and myself will be co-creating in the Autumn.