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Happy Birthday!

girl and her friends make clay models at her birthday party at eastnor potteryeve and her family display their pots they made to celebrates eve's 90th birthday at eastnor potteryIt doesn’t matter whether you are 9 or 90, getting creative with clay is the perfect way to celebrate your special day. Both these birthday girls visited Eastnor Pottery with their friends and family on the same day last month. The 9th pinch-pot birthday bash took place in the potting tent, whilst Eve & co each took a turn on the potter’s wheel in the main studio.

Eve kindly agreed to be filmed making her pot and was broadcast live on our Facebook page doing so. 5.5K people viewed the video with a further 14K reached, making it our most viral digital movie to date. Well done Eve!

It’s a family affair

Pottery activity for group of grown-ups at Eastnor Pottery & The Flying PotterWe’ve entertained some lovely family adult groups of late. Karen and her grown-up children spent the whole day making pots on the kick wheels and hand- building coil pots whilst Hazel marked her 70th Birthday with a 1.5 hr shared potter’s wheel extravaganza in the Potting Tent marquee.

70th birthday party celebration at eastnor pottery andthe flying potter taking turns on four pottery kick wheels.birthday party of adults watchingf a pottery demonstration by Sarah the Potter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have an anniversary, birthday or family get-together planned, why not spend it in the relaxed and creative atmosphere of Eastnor Pottery.

 

 

Variety is the spice of life

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Saturday 25th March 2017 will be remembered as one of the most diverse and busy days we’ve ever had here at Eastnor Pottery and the Flying Potter.

We facilitated x2 children’s birthday parties, a pottery hen party for 18 girls and an endless stream of couples and family drop-in participants.

Phew!

More photographic evidence here.

4th Birthday pottery treat

Father and daughter decorate a freshly thrown pot togetherWe enjoyed working with this young family, particularly the birthday girl who made a fantastic clay bowl on the potter’s wheel. The concentration on her face as she used the banding wheel and paintbrush combo to decorate her masterpiece…

twin18 month old enjoys exploring clay at Eastnor Pottery

4th birthday pottery treat at Eastnor Pottery

18 month old plays with clay at Eastnor Pottery

 

 

 

 

 

If you fancy celebrating a family occasion in a unique and creative fashion then drop us a line and we’ll book you in: Tel 01531 633886 or email admin@eastnorpottery.co.uk We are open Tues – Sat 10am – 4pm and have a variety of projects and prices for our customers to enjoy.

Intergenerational clay

Big family groups taking to clay at Eastnor Pottery

We love it when large family groups choose pottery as the activity to mark an anniversary or special occasion.

Eastnor Pottery's Potters Wheels are perfect for celebrating birthdays                                          Intergenerational Birthday Party for Big Family Groups

Grandad Jim was 70 years young last month and wanted somewhere equidistant for the Stoke and Bristol family contingent to travel to mark his special day. It turns out Eastnor Pottery was geographically on the nail!

Jim’s daughter Ruth gave us a glowing review on Trip Advisor:

“We have spent a fantastic afternoon at Eastnor pottery with Jon & his team for my dad’s 70th birthday. We wanted an activity to suit and inspire all ages and they didn’t disappoint. The pottery studio itself, is a beautiful creative space and the team guided us through making pinch pots/creatures, unphased by there being grandparents, adults, teens and tots all in one group. They were really flexible on the package we wanted and all this contributed to a wonderful family memory we will remember everytime we look at our creations. We would definitely recommend a visit or for a group activity or party”

Fantastic fun at Eastnor Pottery for all the family with our group bookings

 

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