Hen party group enjoy making pottery at Eastnor Pottery HerefordshireThese girls were very proud of their coil pot creations…and quite rightly so, they were fantastic!

Once the pottery masterpieces have been fired, glazed and returned to their makers, they will serve as a constant reminder of a creative and fun hen party afternoon out.

More photos from the hen party pottery shenanigans right here.

Clay oven made at the Whirligig at Rhode HallSpent a lovely day in the woods constructing a clay pizza oven with the good folk at Wild Rumpus and friends.

You can see what we got up to and who was involved by visiting their blog…and we published a photo album of all the clay loveliness too.

As well as offering opportunity for meaningful family engagement in the great outdoors, Wild Rumpus are responsible for a magnificent annual family arts festival called Just So that takes place 15, 16 & 17 August 2014 in Cheshire. We’ve been offering clay and muddy experiences on behalf of Just So for the past 3 years and our trip to Rode Hall each Summer is one we really look forward to.

Have a look at our Clay Babies video from last year’s festival.

Clay swallows made by a visitor to Eastnor Pottery in MarchWont be too long before the  swallows appear under the Pottery eaves after their mammouth migratory journey.

In the meantime, feast your eyes on these ceramic beauties made by one of our customers last month.

Photos documenting the birds creation.

The Flying Potter outside Catshill Primary School BromsgroveCentenary tile panel made by Catshill First School and Jon the PotterDropped by Catshill First School the other evening to photograph their wonderful tile panel we co-created in the Autumn term last year.

The collaborative masterpiece is installed in the entrance hall of the school for all the children, staff and visitors to admire.

Creative family visit Eastnor PotteryPottery can certainly be a famly affair!

These guys came and each had a go on the potter’s wheel as part of our drop-in service aimed at individuals and small groups.

I’m loving the variation of the pot shapes – everybody holds their hands in a different way so you can repeat this activity with a thousand participants and get a different result every time.