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 company    symbols    glazing before    glazing thereafter (stephen murfitt glaze mixed by becky)    the cat daisy is still with us  ...

since a couple of days there's a straycat in the old print works. it's a female, her tummyarea is white and she has a tabby/torti kind of dark back:and she has seen better days:she has no tail either:she is very friendly and we believe that...

we offer a short courseTuesday 31st March & Tuesday 7th 6pm - 8pm£10 per session or two for £18you can book it here...

the making of the knitting bowl (planet bowl) a good example of our collaborative efforts. one of our potters made the bowl while becky cut out the coil and glazed it.          ...

Pictures from today's Spring Bazaar. Thanks everybody for coming. :)  our little table before it all started our steve    early in the morning  ...

*** Spring Bazaar 7th March 2015 *** we will have a little sale   ...

All our potters are special, and some are famous; one of them is a deafblind potter called Helene, she was in the newspaper recently. Here she is, making another one of her bowls with those lovely intricate patterns:     (pictures taken with permission)  ...

      now we need to find a cosy space for the little darling        our community leader Becky is full of mirth, infatuation and plans :)   we got it from Salix Pottery, many thanks :) Salix Pottery make nice things too, two of which are displayed below:      ...

  gloomy weather    sometimes it goes wrong  thickness and airbubbles are the cause of this magnificient crack    coils :)    sometimes it goes right  ...