Here are the photos from our potter’s wheel weekend workshop held on the 28 & 29 March 2015. A great bunch who all threw some magnificent shapes, some of which will be fired, glazed and re-united with their owners approx. one month later.
Archive for April 30, 2015
Here’s what one of our lovely hens had to say about her hen party pottery experience:
I was looking for something special, I had something specific in mind. I turned to Jon at Eastnor pottery to see if he could make my vision come true. Not only did he do that but he made it the best experience ever!!! I could not have picked a more beautiful venue to take my friend and her family for a sophisticated hen day. From the very first email enquiry I sent to the actual day Jon was accommodating and could not do enough. I can not thank him enough for making a truly special day…priceless.
Oh and I forgot to mention he even got me retweeted by Kirstie ALLSOP to top it off ….thank you and I will be seeing you soon to collect our works if art xxxx
Photographic evidence of a creative and relaxing hen party right here.
A big thank you to potters young and old who visited Eastnor Pottery in the Easter Holidays. Here are the photos we took on our camera and if you have any super snaps, please feel free to share them on our facebook page.
If you enjoyed your workshop session and you have a few spare minutes we’d really appreciate a quick review of your pottery experience on our Trip Advisor page.
Thanks in anticipation!
Dont forget to come and collect your pottery rabbits made in the Easter holidays. They will be fired, glazed and ready to be re-united with their creators on the 24th and 25th April.
Give us a call on 01531 633886 if you cant make it.
The next children’s sessions take place 27th May in half term and are called ‘Dad’s a mug!’ Youngsters will get to sample the potter’s wheel and make a personalised pottery mug to be fired in time for Father’s Day on 21st June 2015. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01531 633886 to reserve a place.
A brilliant and collaborative collection of terracotta beasts created by the lovely children from Stanley Road Primary School in Worcester when they visited Eastnor Pottery for the morning.