Sarah & Jack visited Ann Cam Primary School in Dymock to work with class 4 and members of the wider community. The children and adults made some wonderful daffodils as part of the Moment Centenary Project.
The Daffodils will be displayed at the Dymock War Memorial to commemorate the soldiers who didn’t return from the battlefields. The Gloucester Citizen came and took photos.
if you would like to participate in the the daffodil project, you can make one at Eastnor Pottery for just ten pounds. Simply book a place by telephoning 01531 633886. The Pottery is open 10am-4pm Tuesday – Saturday.
Early Hurly Burly is an amazing music and early year’s project that’s been taking place in libraries across x9 Counties. We’ve been privileged to be involved in this innovative venture offering music inspired clay sessions for youngsters and their parents in Worcestershire and Herefordshire libraries.
The sessions have been organic in nature progressing in directions inspired and driven by the participants. We’ve been singing, moving and making clay objects with children as young as 18 months – worms, biscuits and other clay culinary delights inspired by familiar nursery rhymes and songs. Great fun!
Recently delivered this magnificent coat of arms created by the young people at Barons Cross Youth Centre nr Leominster.
The ceramic crest was created in the depths of winter as part of the influential and socially beneficial Yart project facilitated by Brightstripe.