January is the time when brides to be and their maids of honour contemplate or plan their Summer weddings.
Increasing numbers of girls opt to spend their hen weekends in the rural splendour of Herefordshire, enjoying the landscape and local activities.
We cater for large groups and are delighted to share the benefits of working clay with numerous groups of women, looking for a creative and memorable experience to share with their friends.
If you would enjoy throwing pots on the potter’s wheel as part of your hen celebrations, please check out our hen party dedicated page.
Here are some examples of recent pottery hen parties:
Hen party 3-11-15
Hen party 28-8-15
Hen party 9-7-15
Hen party 26-6-15
Delighted to have hosted Bradford’s Veterinary Physiotherapy Christmas office party here at EP central. The team made some very respectable vessels during a 1.5 hour clay fuelled potter’s wheel, festive frenzy.
Here’s the obligatory Facebook photo album.
I know it’s a long way off, but if you fancied experiencing the delights of the Potter’s wheel for your Christmas 2016 office do – contact the Pottery NOW to avoid disappointment!
01531 633886 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
In an age of social media and digital marketing, it’s easy to forget about the power of the printed leaflet.
These guys picked up one of our flyers from the Cottage in the Wood Hotel near Malvern and as a direct result, booked a pottery break-out session to complement their Winter team meeting.
The team of 12 National Trust project managers booked our 1.5 hr potter’s wheel experience followed by a delicious sandwich lunch (thanks No One sandwich bar!)
Photos from the session.
The Flying Potter works in all kinds of places, sometimes in the most unlikely settings you could ever imagine to find a pop-up potter’s studio. Thursday afternoon was no exception. Ethan and myself were summoned to The Hyatt Regency hotel in Birmingham to deliver a 3hr potter’s wheel teambuilding breakout session with an international software company in one of the hotel’s suites.
The client who we had the good fortune to work with is going through an expansion process and the board of directors met for a couple of days to take stock and discuss the changes. We were employed to facilitate a breakout pottery session before dinner.
In addition to experiencing the potter’s wheel, the participants co-constructed a Corporate Crest, illustrating the variety of the organisation’s products and customer reach.
The client was extremely pleased with the activity and commented:
“Jon thanks for a fab event. Everone loved it!! I would definately recommend you for future events.”
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.