We just love this colourful coil-pot made by a hen at one of our fabulous pottery hen party sessions.
Are you a creative hen looking for an arty, unique and memorable activity? Look no further. Click here for all the different packages we offer our hen party groups. You can make arty sculpture, collaborative keepsakes or get proper messy on the potter’s wheel.
Whatever your pottery hen party requirements – think Eastnor Pottery & The Flying Potter!
We loved working with these newly weds who apart from making some super pots, introduced us to the concept of the Mini-moon.
After all the extravagance and cost of the big day, more and more couples are opting for a shorter honeymoon break.
This couple worked with us on the Tuesday and then went foraging with Wild Food UK on Wednesday before heading back to Harrow later in the week.
If you and your partner have something to celebrate and fancy getting creative with clay then please take a look at our pottery projects specially designed for couples.
When Rowy and her band of merry hens rolled up in their party van, the bride to be had absolutely no idea what they’d be doing. Such was the veil of secrecy surrounding the day’s activities, the response from Rowy was genuine and approving. After the squeals of delight had abated, she turned to us beaming and commented “My friends know me so well!”
The girls made some very creative coil pot creations as well as each taking a spin on the potter’s wheel.
If you are an arty-hen would like to get creative with clay as part of your hen party celebration then please take a look at our page dedicated to pottery hen parties. We have projects to suit all pockets with our legendary customer service as standard. Please take a look at our glowing customer reviews on TripAdvisor if you are in any doubt!
We love it when our customers take the time to review their Eastnor Pottery experience. Some participants take to TripAdvisor whilst others opt for Facebook or Google What-ever the platform, where-ever they comment, we are eternally grateful and will always respond to communicate our appreciation. Customers, we salute you!
I think you’d all agree this Winter has been a long, cold and drawn-out affair. Not only have we been frustrated by frozen clay (it really does!) but, the three bouts of heavy snow fell at weekends, blitzing x3 fully booked potter’s wheel workshops. That’s quite a lot of participants that need rescheduling so we’ve added a few extra workshop dates to accommodate the snow refugees…which means even more opportunities to take a day or weekend spin on the potter’s wheel – C’mon you know you want to!