The pottery has been changed into a gift shop but is still under the same management . When a pre-existing spinal condition flared up again in April, the potter had two choices: give up the tenancy completely or change the business.
It is still early days but it is hoped that in the future, pottery activities can resume.
In the New Year 2018, the kiln and one of the potter's wheels is moving to live with apprentice potter, Amy O'Connor, seen here teaching her very first students!
This site will also be used to showcase Amy's talents and those of all my previous customers.
Centre: Some of Amy's pots