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We’d just like to say a whopper THANK YOU to all our beautiful customers who visited us in this unprecedented and crazy year. Without a doubt, it’s been complicated and challenging doing anything in 2020, so you all deserve a medal, you really do!

From our socially distanced perspective, we’ve enjoyed working with each and everyone of you.  Even though we cant see those fabulous smiles behind the face coverings, we’ve felt the love and positive vibes.

We look forward to welcoming you back to Eastnor Pottery in 2021 and are forever grateful for your patronage and support. In the meantime, you can book your New Year pottery experience online or purchase gift vouchers anytime, day and night from our website.

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eastnor pottery course participant fired and glazed pot inspired by vincent van gogh

We believe everybody can learn how to make a pot on the potter’s wheel in one or two goes – honest! Once you understand the principle and the forces at work, it’s then just a case of practice practice practice!

Which is why we offer veterans of our one day and two day Potter’s Wheel Courses the opportunity to sign up for future courses at half price!

We have a growing number of potter’s wheel enthusiasts who regularly attend and in doing so have become very competent makers.

We ran a Weekend event in September filled exclusively with returning potter’s – just look at the amazing fired and glazed results!

fired and glazed thrown pottery made by participants on a weekend potter's wheel course at eastnor pottery

 

eastnor potters jon williams and sarah monk appear in i newspaper article

Delighted to be mentioned in the i Newspaper today.

The article appears in the Money section of the paper offering guidance on how to financially ride out the Pandemic. Our story since Lock down makes for an interesting case study.

eastnor potters jon williams and sarah monk  appear in i newspaper article

Thank you Elizabeth, Virgin Experience Days & The PHA group!

close up of clay covered hands on the potter's wheel at eastnor potteryHaving worked with tens of thousands of people over a life-time of social engagement, Jon and Sarah have inspired countless individuals and groups to take up pottery.

Kelvin attended a Potter’s Wheel Weekend Course in October 2018. He was so inspired he spent the next year converting a garage into a pottery studio. He started throwing on the wheel in January this year and opened his kiln after it’s first firing at the beginning of July 2020. He contacted us during lock down to thank us for inspiring him and to share a couple of his creations with us – nice pots Kelvin!

 

jon the potter leading team building activity at eastnor pottery nr the malvern hills

visiting business team photo at eastnor pottery after pottery team building activity

Turns out agricultural recruitment agents make for brilliant potters too!

As well as creating some mighty fine pots on the wheel, the group made a magnificent collaborative piece decorated in an agricultural style with modeled sheep, wheat and farmers!

The individual pots made on the potter’s wheel came alive in the last hour of the workshop as participants used their imagination and coloured underglazes to great effect.

Here’s what lead contact Caroline thought of the activity:

“I just wanted to drop you an email to thank you for hosting the team yesterday – everyone had a fantastic time. Judging by the chatter in the office this morning, I think we even have a few who are eager to have another crack at it!

The set up you guys have down there is really impressive and especially the way you were able to lead the group through the process so everyone progressed at the same rate – it was all just really well put together, and all in all a great day out for the team.”

Thanks Caroline :)

Unable to transport your team to EPHQ? We also offer a mobile service for organisations and businesses looking for a unique and totally memorable experience for their team. For more details of our Flying Potter service please take a look at our dedicated web page.

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jon the potter leading team building activity at eastnor pottery nr the malvern hills