Royal Central students make pottery with Eastnor Pottery's  London branch

We’re very proud of our daughter and sometime employee ;) Lottie who is currently studying at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. Lottie must have been missing her clay as she requested a bag of the muddy stuff on our next visit.

One Winter’s evening before Christmas, Lottie gathered her student friends to share her passion for pottery. She demonstrated how to make a simple, pinch-pot form that could be transformed into almost anything. Imaginations ran wild and by the close, the group had each constructed a pottery artifact of superb quality and variety. We’ll fire and glaze the outcomes and deliver the ceramic curios next time we take a trip to the ol’ smoke.

Eastnor Pottery's London branch working with Royal Central students Making clay sculptures with Eastnor Pottery's London branch Eastnor Pottery's London Branch and Royal Central Students making clay figures Clay sculptures made by Royal Central students and Eastnor Pottery's London branch London branch of Eastnor Pottery working with Royal Central students


2 replies
  1. Kurt V says:

    Saw your web site as I was looking for someone who can do a clay modelling workshop for a birthday party in Epping Forest. Audience is up to 25 girls aged 7.5-8.5. Timing 26th June.
    If possible, we’d even get those parents attending involved.
    Do you provide this type of service? Hope you do and look forward to hearing from you,

  2. admin says:

    Hello Kurt and mega apologies for not getting back sooner. Have only just seen this :/
    This is just the type of event we love to facilitate but as you are quite a long way away, I fear the cost is going to be prohibitive?
    £1100 would cover fees, travel, firing, materials and postage of finished models to one address.
    Let me know
    Kind regards

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