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mother and son at eastnor pottery

mother and son at eastnor pottery

children's pottery event poster from 2005 advertising eastnor pottery's kids workshop called fast foodWe love returners, even if it takes 15 years!

Last time George visited Eastnor Pottery, he was aged 8 and accompanied by his Mum Sarah. He took part in one of our our kid’s workshops called ‘Fast Food’.

Just before Lock down, George returned the favour and treated his mum and himself to a birthday potter’s wheel experience.

 

70 year old makes pottery with her family at eastnor pottery in herefordshire

70 year old makes pottery with her family at eastnor pottery in herefordshireYou never too old or too young for a pottery birthday party!

A few weeks back, Pat and her grown-up children all made pots on the potter’s wheel to celebrate her special day.

They all had so much fun ‘performing’ for each other on the wheel before the social activity of painting their freshly thrown creations around the table.

12th pottery birthday party at eastnor potteryMathilda and her family have been visiting Eastnor Pottery for donkeys! We think their patronage goes back to when she was 4 or 5 years old when she and her sister used to attend our children’s pottery sessions in the school holidays. Fast forward and here she is celebrating her 12th birthday with friends in our fabulous Potting tent on the Pottery lawn. Judging by the glorious sunshine, she’d accumulated a stack load of loyalty points!

Details of our creative pottery parties for children can be found here.

 

pinch pot frog made at eastnor pottery

Birthday girl helen celebrates 30th birthday at Eastnor Pottery HerefordshirePeople of all ages celebrate their birthdays with us here at Eastnor Pottery & The Flying Potter.

Helen and her family opted for our 1.5hr shared potter’s wheel experience to mark her 30th. The six adults took turns on the wheel, each person making three or four pots.  Those resting from the wheel offered words of encouragement or simply giggled at their potting partners, wrestling with the spinning clay. One thing was certain, and everybody agreed,  the activity made for a great spectator sport!

We’ll fire and glaze the party’s pots ready for the group to collect in a month’s time, the ceramic keepsakes serving as a permanent reminder of Josie’s special day.

team photo from helens 30th pottery session at  Eastnor Pottery

Jon the Potter helps a young pottery participant to make a pot on the potter's wheelWe just love hosting big family groups, no more so than when the lovely Capper family visited the Pottery in January.

Participants of all ages made pots on x7 potter’s wheels we’d prepped especially to celebrate Grandad Ron’s 65th Birthday.

We call this option our Deluxe potter’s wheel experience where participants spend 3 hrs taking turns on multiple wheels. We then fire and glaze the group’s creations ready to be collected from the Pottery approx one month later.

Large family make pots on the potter's wheelFabulous inter-generational fun!