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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!

Clay hens in the Potting Tent

group of girls celebrate hen party by making pottery at eastnor pottery in herefordshireThe delightful Spring sunshine was matched by an equally delightful hen party group who visited the Pottery a little while ago. 17 girls and a fella made some beautifully designed and painted coil pots as well as taking a turn on the potter’s wheel.

After the clay had been cleaned away and the tables sponged down, the girls picnicked into the afternoon, proclaiming the day a blooming success.

Here’s what the had to say about their pottery hen party experience:

“What a wonderful place this is! We went for my friends hen party with 17 ladies (and a man!). Jon made the whole afternoon fun and entertaining. We did coil pots and a taster on the wheel each which was spot on for what we wanted.

It’s the above and beyond elements that make this place so special. Nothing was too much trouble and we ran over time and were still allowed to use the beautiful marquee for our picnic afterwards. Tea and coffee was also provided for the afternoon.

Can not rate this place highly enough :) thanks everyone! ” Tess

girl laughing making a pot on the potter's wheel at friends pottery hen party

All in the planning!

surprise birthday treat for couple to make pottery on the potterywheelHusband and ‘keeper of secrets’ Geoff, arranged for himself and wife Julie to spend the day making pots on the potter’s wheel as a birthday surprise. Julie had always harboured a desire to try the potter’s wheel and we were delighted when Geoff approached us to help fulfil her ambition.

He did such an excellent job of concealing the activity from Julie, even when they were yards from the Pottery she still had no idea of what they were going to be doing for the day.

The pair thoroughly enjoyed their experience and we’re sure we’ll be seeing both of them again in the not too distant future.

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.

 

 

Just Married!

recently married couple get messy with clay on a potter's wheel workshop at eastnor pottery in West MidlandsThese guys were on an extended honeymoon when they recently attended one of our potter’s wheel weekend workshops. They quite literally stepped off a plane, into the Pottery and onto the potter’s wheels.

The pair spent a brilliant day with seven other potter’s wheel newbies making loads of terracotta pots, plates and bowls.

The newly weds even found the energy to re-enact  ‘that scene’ from ‘that movie’ – I think you know the one! ;)

nine first time potter's wheel course participants making pots on the potter's wheel

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