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It’s a rarity participants on our Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel go to the trouble of rehearsing their GHOST moment. These two budding thespians were part of a staff Christmas party who chose to do pottery as their Yuletide celebration here at Eastnor Pottery & The Flying Potter. Great fun!

Probably cutting it fine for this year, but if you’re planning a staff event in 2022 please consider pottery as your creative, fun and unique activity.


three generations of the same family make pots on the wheel at eastnor pottery

three generations of the same family make pots on the wheel at eastnor potteryWe had so much fun working with these four! Three generations of the same family, enjoying an afternoon potting alongside each other, creating memories – perfect!

If you are looking for a creative inter-generational activity for all the family, then look no further. Making pots on the potter’s wheel is totally accessible and can be enjoyed by all ages. Doesn’t matter if your group is large or small, we’ve got the activity for you. Just call 01531 633886 or email for details and availability.

looking at photos on a phone at eastnor pottery

couple standing in doorway of pottery holding pots made at eastnor

Do you know anyone who would just love to make a pot on the potter’s wheel!?

friends make pottery at eastnor pottery and the flying potter

Give the gift of pottery making this Christmas 🎄⭐️🎄⭐️🎄

Our extremely popular Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel Class starts at just £40 pp.🤗…or for that totally immersive and relaxing experience, splash out on a full Potter’s Wheel extravaganza £150 for the day or £280 for the weekend.

Purchase Experience vouchers right now, direct from our website.

happy potters wheel weekend course participant at eastnor pottery

upside down terracotta pot made by three generations of the same family to celebrate a 70th birthday

group photo of happy family outside eastnor pottery celebrating 70th birthday

We loved collaborating with these guys to make a stunning terracotta planter to commemorate Jeanette’s mum’s 70th birthday.

upside down terracotta pot made by three generations of the same family to celebrate a 70th birthday

Three generations gathered at the Pottery to build, from scratch, a giant pot using the coiling technique. Once the surface had been smoothed off, the family set about making little clay models to decorate the surface – each clay model related to or referenced a story about the birthday girl. The end result, an encrusted and unique masterpiece that will look absolutely fabulous planted up and displayed in the garden or conservatory.

70th birthday party admiring the group pot they made at eastnor pottery in herefordshire


family inspecting their pottery they made at eastnor pottery


close up of 70th birthday terracotta pot made by family at eastnor pottery


pottery hen party

large hen party group enjoyed making pots on the potters wheel at eastnor pottery

A sunny Saturday afternoon in early September was jam packed with laughter, positive vibes and glorious mess as we marked the welcome return of large groups to the studio.

Rosy’s hen party was sooooo much fun and the girls were delightful.

Here’s what Rosy had to say about their experience at Eastnor Pottery:

“Myself and 13 friends came here on my hen party last week and had an awesome time! After a great introduction and demo from Jon we made two pots each and it wasn’t as hard as it first seemed. It was lots of fun and the whole group was laughing. Jon and Sarah were great and made it really fun, they provided lots of help and advice to those who found it a little more challenging! Would definitely recommend as a group activity if you’re in the area :)”

If you’re planning a hen party in 2022 then please check out our web page dedicated to Pottery Hen Parties

pottery hen partywelcome chalk board for rosys pottery hen party at eastnor potterygirls inspecting their fresh pots made on the potter's wheel at eastnor potterythrown pots made on pottery hen party and some that didn't make the leaders board!






rosys hen party displaying their freshly thrown pots in the garden at eastnor pottery