We had so much fun with this group of medical professionals who booked the Pottery one Saturday evening for a birthday celebration.
The group consisted of surgeons and doctors who had been friends since medical school. Everybody converged on Eastnor from the far flung corners of the UK. Some travelling all day to make their pottery.
The party of 18 booked our 1.5hr shared potter’s wheel offer and were able to produce two or three pots each before the close.
We’ll fire and glaze their creations ready for collection from the Pottery in a months time.
The gift of pottery!
Eastnor Pottery & the Flying Potter are encouraging families and individuals who book a pottery session before the 5th December to make their very own personalised Christmas gifts.
Participants will get to use proper clay and a variety of pottery making techniques, including the potter’s wheel, to create totally unique ceramic presents for their loved ones and colleagues.
As long as the objects have been made by the 5th December, they will be fired, glazed and ready for collection from the Studio in time for Christmas day.
Projects start at £15 and the Studio is open 10am-4pm Tuesday- Saturday. Pre-booking essential!
And for the person who has everything….Eastnor Pottery also offers Pottery Experience vouchers starting at just £15!
Book a drop-in session now to see what marvels you can create this winter!
visit us: www.eastnorpottery.co.uk
call us: 01531633886
These guys are our kinda people! Most of them had worked in or are currently involved with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) in Hereford & Worcester.
The group of friends instantly felt at ease in the creative environment of the potter’s studio, working the clay on the potter’s wheel before decorating their thrown pots with applied clay detail.
The very next day the lead contact emailed the Pottery to thank Ethan, Sarah and Jack for their hospitality and tutoring. This is what she had to say about their pottery experience:
Thank you SO much for a fabulous potters wheel workshop on Saturday afternoon. We all really really loved it and it made a wonderful ending to my 60th birthday celebrations. We all felt Ethan was a brilliant teacher on the potters wheel (and considering 8 of the 9 of us were teachers we know what we’re talking about!!) As for Andrew, the non-teacher, it really made my day to see him looking so happy and relaxed on the potters’ wheel and enjoying every minute of the workshop. Thank you Sarah for demonstrating the decorating so beautifully – and for helping me out on the wheel several times!
Thank you Ethan and Sarah for enabling us all to succeed….and for giving us extra time to get our decoration done. I really appreciated that. We were all having so much fun and so absorbed we didn’t want it to end!
These magnificent collaborative works were the result of two recent pottery teambuilding sessions.