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updated sat 22 dec 07


Phil Rogers on fri 21 dec 07

I thought that the following might be of interest to some on =
list. The weekend promises to be a full and active one and if anyone =
be in the UK at that time they might enjoy the experience.
Phil Rogers.


Celebrating Salt and Soda - a weekend workshop

Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th April 2008

Informative and FUN, this two-day workshop, supported by the CPA and =
at Whichford Pottery, just north of Oxford, will feature practical
demonstrations, discussions and seminars by many of Britain=92s leading
exponents of salt and soda firing techniques - Jack Doherty, Ian =
Mark Griffiths, Lisa Hammond, John Jelfs and Phil Rogers. In addition, =
Keeling, famous for his big-ware flowerpots, will throw an enormous pot =
stages over the 2 days!

Two new kilns are being built especially for this event, and weekend
workshop visitors will be able to see firings and openings, and be part =
the excitement of vapour glazing.

The weekend will also mark the start of a major selling exhibition of =
work in salt and soda by Sheila Casson, Richard Dewar, Jack Doherty, Ray
Finch and Winchcombe Pottery, Lisa Hammond, Ian Gregory, Mark Griffiths,
John Jelfs, Toff Millway, Phil Rogers, Peter Starkey, Ruthanne Tudball,
Sarah Walton and Alistair Young. The exhibition will be held in the
spectacular new exhibition space at Whichford Pottery - The Octagon.=20


We expect great interest from the potting community and places are =
so early booking is advisable!

Plenty of good local accommodation is available, and also camping at the
village pub.

Tickets =A3100 (=A380 CPA members & concessions)

Booking essential. Please contact us!

The Octagon at Whichford Pottery, Whichford, Shipston-on-Stour,

Warwickshire, CV36 5PG =20

Tel: 01608 684416 =95 =


Cotswold Pottery

Clapton Row
Gloucestershire GL54 2DN
+44 (0)1451 820173