Customer made Pinch Pot mushroom made at Eastnor Pottery                             Weekend Workshop Wonders made at EP Central

Hats off to all our brilliant customers who have visited us during June & July 2016. Your creativity knows no bounds! Plenty of evidence of finished, fired and glazed creations here and here and here and even here.



Towering Totem Pole collaborative piece between Eastnor Pottery and Abberley PrimaryWe are very proud of this terracotta totem pole created with children and staff at Abberley Primary School earlier in the Summer term.

Produced by the children at Hagley Primary School in the West Midlands with artist in residence Ethan Powell from Eastnor Pottery.Ceramic leaf tiles made by Hagley Primary School and Eastnor Pottery and the Flying Potter


girl making a pot on the potter's wheel as part of her pottery birthday party in EastnorSarah and Ethan worked with sisters Abigail and Rosie on their joint pottery birthday extravaganza.

The girls and their friends made ‘Owl & Pussycat’ clay models and all partygoers took a turn on the potter’s wheel.

Themed Birthday party for children at Eastnor Pottery

Stcky, clay covered hands at Cradley Primary School with Eastnor Pottery and a Potter's WheelEastnor Pottery working with Cradley Primary School to explore language communication through clayFinished coil pots made with Eastnor Pottery at Cradley CE Primary SchoolCan you imagine all the conversation and learning that occurred in the production of these magnificent clay works at Cradley Nursery? Not to mention a shed load of messy, early years, clay fuelled exploration and fun.

The project continues in the Autumn term at Play Station Day Nursery in Ledbury. Cant wait!