Archive for July 31, 2011

Pottery at the Bigchill

Festivals and Events; Workshops provided by Eastnor Pottery, HerefordshireLooking for something a little different, totaly relaxing and creative to do during the day at the Chill?

Jon ‘the potter’ from Eastnor Pottery & The Flying Potter will once again be offering festival goers the opportunity to make a pot on the potter’s wheel.

1/2 hr sessions take place throughout the Bigchill and the Eastnor Pottery Potting Tent can be found in the Therapy & Chill field

Pre-book your place: 01531 633886

or 07814 730022 during the festival

Finally found all the photos from last years bigchill

Rub a dub dub three men in a tub…..

children's summer holiday pottery workshop at Eastnor Pottery, Herefordshire

children's summer holiday pottery workshop at Eastnor Pottery, Herefordshire

A couple of photos from our ‘Rub a dub dub’ children’s workshop sessions.

The young potters (all 60 of them) made a tub on the potter’s wheel before cramming a butcher, baker and candlestick maker into the vessel.

Our next scheduled school holiday sessions take place in 1/2 term  – Oct 26 & 27. Theme tbc.

If you cant wait till then, dont forget we do a fabulous friends and family session @ £20 a head. There are no minimum numbers and the 1.5hr sessions can be booked at a time to suit.

Bosbury Primary School

family workshops at bosbury primary school led by jon williams from eastnor pottery & the flying potterfamily pottery workshop at bosbury primary school led by eastnor pottery & the flying potterA local gig!

having dashed back from a days workshopping in Brum, I found myself on the KS1 veranda at Bosbury Primary School working with an enthusiastic swarm of adults and children. I’d been invited to provide clay workshops as part of the schools family and child ‘working together’ event. The late afternoon sun broke through the clouds and the happy throng, young and old made a collaborative planter, covered in self portraits.

Also providing workshops, the green eyed monster who encouraged participants to make fab flowers from recycled materials.

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