Mountain of modelled clay food at Flavours of Herefordshire Festival 2013I get to share some wonderful clay moments on brilliant arts projects and events all over the country. Partners and organisations often blog about the experiences or post related stuff online.

Here are a couple of recent articles posted by Just So Festival and Discover & Explore

clay and baby at Just So FestivalAs those long, cold grey days are most definitely upon us we thought you lovely lot would like a timely winter warming reminder of all that ‘Just So’ clay babies fun we had back in August.

Although we took a whole host of pictures ourselves, some participants kindly shared some of their own videos and pictures with us a little while after the event.

Here’s a selection most gratefully received.

Jon at Lickey hillsYou get to meet some talented staff and parents when you work with as many schools as we do.

Whilst working at Lickey Hills Primary in Bromsgrove making collaborative pots with 260 children in a day (I kid you not!) we were photographed by a professional photographer who just happened to be a parent at the school.

Henriette Lang specialises in family portraits and current work can be spied right here on her Facebook page.

Henriette’s photos were also featured in the local paper.

Birthday celebration in Pottery near LedburyLove this photo of a recent children’s birthday party held one afternoon after school. We reckon the tooth fairy had been very busy of late! If you would like to book your child’s birthday party at Eastnor Pottery, please take a look at our dedicated birthday party page and contact the Pottery to book your session: T 01531 633886 or E

Ceramic cakes on a pottery plate made by children and their familiesAs we unpack the kilns we’ll always attempt to document the wonderful fired and glazed made by schools, groups and individuals. Please take a look at the photos of recent ceramic creations – you’ll find x4 giant plates filled with cakes and confectionary produced by x4 Birmingham Children’s Centres, inspired by the children’s book ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’. There‘s also a selection of pottery ‘fire of London’ houses made by Woodlands Infants School in Shirley.