We launched a brand new potters wheel workshop option at the beginning of the year. Basically, small groups can hire a wheel between two participants and take turns to make pots for an hour and a half.
The first customers to take us up on the offer visited the studio to celebrate a 50th Birthday. Three couples had great fun making shapes and watching each other spin wet clay.
More photos from the potter’s wheel workshop here.
These 12 lovely ladies visited the Pottery as part of a hen weekend celebration. They spent a good couple of hours making some rather creative mugs, jugs and lanterns.
We offer a whole range of hen party clay activities, including the potter’s wheel.
Prices start at just £15 a head and more details can be seen here.
We also made a short hen party video a little while back:
Pretty much seen it all now!
We regularly get participants adding snail designs to thier pots, but Slug pellets!?
These two booked a drop in session as part of a 12 month long activity binge.
January was pot making, February is wine tasting in France.
If you would like to come and throw a pot or two in the stimulating environment of the artists studio then please take a look at our Drop-in workshops.
We rounded the year off in creative fashion here at EP with a visit from Forest School Andy. The outside learning expert showed us how to make five or six willow items woven from a bundle of withies. We made stars, fish, coasters and 3d sculptures all in an afternoon. Brilliant fun and really beneficial to be reminded of what it feels like to learn a new skill.
A marketing team from a company based in the South East spent three hours learning a new skill and creating some mighty fine pots at the studio last week.
The guys were meeting in Herefordshire and needed a creative break-out session to complement their work in the county.
Over the years we have worked with many of the uk’s prominant businesses and international organisations, introducing them to the delights and transferable benefits of working with clay. Take a look at our archive of teambuilding sessions.