Welcome to Anglian Potters
we still have lots going on!
- There are fortnightly Zoom chat sessions - join other potters to discuss making, glazing, kilns, design and a lot more. Click here to go to the Events page and find the next Event
- We have selling exhibitions for members - the show at The Undercroft Norwich just finished and is followed by a show at the Ferini Gallery in Lowestoft and then at RHS Hyde Hall in April / May - see the Exhibitions page
- We are continuing to build our new Camp Site where we will have permanent installations of several types of kiln and other facilities. This will let us run the usual annual Camp but also allow other smaller sessions such as weekend firings - watch this space.
The clay stores are open for click and collect only. All orders must be paid for by card before you go to the store, and pick up will be without any personal contact. We are unable to take payments in cash or by cheque. Please call or email the store managers (details here) to make sure the clay you need is in stock and to arrange pre-payment.
Anglian Potters is a lively and thriving organisation that aims to provide the opportunity for members to meet and share their experience and enthusiasm about clay. Anglian Potters is run entirely by volunteers from the membership - so please do bear this in mind when interacting with any of our services - demo days, clay stores, etc. - someone is giving up their time to help you!
You can see the work of our members on the showcase pages, and find out how to get in touch with them.
We run exhibitions throughout the year, and join in with other public events around our region.
If you want to learn about ceramics, there are many courses run by members.
We run several day events per year, with nationally and internationally known potters demonstrating and talking about their work.
There is a password protected area for members, which includes membership renewal and updating, news about member only activities and information about our clay stores and other member facilities.
For more information about Anglian Potters, please follow this link.