Spent a lovely and informative morning at The Old Court Hotel networking with other small tourism enterprises based in Hfds. Such passion and enthusiasm! Shout out to minxmedia, artwork creative and hopes of longtown for inspiring presentations. Great to chat with x2 Simons: one from The Three Counties Cider Shop and the other from photopia
Geophysical surveys investigate the physical properties of the ground to increase understanding of the local geology and ground. Self potential geophysical surveys measure the voltage of small, naturally produced currents that occur beneath the Earth’s surface.
The terracotta clay discs produced by Eastnor Pottery form the bases of the self potential electrodes. The porous terracotta allows the electrode solution to seep into the ground to establish a proper electrical contact between the electrode and ground. The results of the surveys can be used to find ore bodies, identify contaminant plumes or find leaks in reservoirs and dams.
Picture 1 – a typical electrode
Picture 2 – typical survey in progress
We are still intending to run the Potter’s wheel workshop this weekend but completely understand if you are coming from afar and do not relish the thought of travelling.
If you could let us know sometime before midday on Friday if you don’t fancy it this weekend, we can book you into one of the alternative workshops below. firstname.lastname@example.org
30 & 31 March
27 & 28 April (extra date)
25 & 26 May
28 & 29 September
23 & 24 Nov
The majority of groups and individuals who attend our pottery workshops in the Summer admire the beauty of our rural Herefordshire location – the sun always seems to shine in Eastnor! However, it looks pretty good in the snow too! Here’s a selection of photos from the recent cold snap.