Happy days are almost here!

Nuala and I have been so pleased to have Some of our old students back in the studio! We’ve had to make some changes to keep everyone safe but we’re […]

Nuala and I have been so pleased to have Some of our old students back in the studio! We’ve had to make some changes to keep everyone safe but we’re feeling good about how things are running.  The classes are smaller and we won’t be sharing tools or throwing buckets anymore.  This means needing to recycle our slop more often and will be a struggle for our little studio.
If our studio is to survive we need to start up new classes as soon as possible.  We need to purchase equipment and tools to safely open the studio up for taster classes but we’ve been closed with no income for the last six months. This is our dilemma. We’ve decided to raise funds through a crowdfunder campaign.

So have a look to learn more about the things we need.  Jump onto our crowdfunder to see all of the things on offer as thanks for supporting our sweet little studio community.  I will be adding new rewards from time to time so keep checking in to see what’s new! If you like what you see please pledge, grab one of the rewards and share With your contacts. Every little bit will help us keep our clay community together and help us grow through these uncertain times.
We look forward To being fully open as soon as possible.  We’ve missed the buzz around the studio!

Owl be waiting

https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/help-linlithgow-pottery

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