Pottery hen party for hens of all agesSpent a lovey afternoon in the company of these creative ladies as part of their hen party celebrations.

The majority of the participants had attended art school and had careers in the creative industries – so really appreciated and enjoyed the creative atmosphere of the artists studio.

More photos can be seen here.

Pottery workshops at Hereford River Carnival 2014Wouldn’t like to meet one of these in the River Wye!

Hundreds of families and children helped build this collaborative clay fish as part of the hugely succesful Hereford River Carnival earlier this month.

If you fancy having a look at some of the participants doing their clay thing then please take a look at our photo album on Facebook.

Son buys mum & dad a creative potter's wheel family workshopSix months ago in the depths of Winter, Simon booked a potter’s wheel session as a Christmas present for his family. May seemed a long way off and a long time to wait to sample the delights of Eastnor Pottery. But here we are, all of a sudden like, on a lovely sunny morning – eight participants, four wheels and lots of fabulous, freshly thrown pots!

See the potter’s in action here.

All the children in this Worcester Primary School each made a tile to form a composite image of the School logo.Always a busy time for us here at Eastnor Pottery with regards to our educational work with schools.

Here’s a list of all the Primary Schools and Early Years Settings we’ve had the pleasure of working with so far this Summer term:




Cherry Orchard Primary School, Worcester: Clay ‘selfies’ (self portraits) with YR1

Ann Cam CE Primary School, Dymock: Daffodil trail pots in association with The Friends of Dymock Poets.

St Peters Primary School, Bromyard: Terracotta collaborative Crocodile with whole school.

Elmbridge Infants School, Gloucester: Pizza oven with YR1

Woodlands Infants School, Solihull: Collaborative Oak Tree tile panel and wheel thrown pots with YR1

Wahwood Heath Nursery School, Birmingham: Potter’s wheel exporitary play

Whittington Primary School, Worcester: Whole School ‘Logo’ tile panel (featured here) and currently exhibited in Worcester Cathedral as part of Voices and Visions exhibition.

YR10 student from The Chase High School Malvern samples a working week at Eastnor PotteryFor as long as I can remember we’ve offered work experience placements to local High Schools and Colleges.

A few weeks ago we were Joined by a motivated and creative Yr10 student from the Chase High School in Malvern.

She got to assist with hands on sessions with the public, designed a promotional poster for our forthcoming 1/2 term childrens workshops and made this fabulous Mushroom sculpture. There was even opportunity to spend an afternoon on the potter’s wheel.