Tales of the goings on at Hollyford Pottery, near the tiny village of Stockleigh English in Devon, England
Saturday, 4 August 2012
No sooner do I get back in to blogging, than I have to stop again. We're off on our holidays on Monday, so I worked late in to the night on Friday night to get the workshop clean and tidy for when I return. I've got a stack of clay pugged and ready to get started as soon as I get back. The place was so desperately in need of a sort out, when the workshop is clogged up it doesn't function properly and as a result of that, neither does my head.
I had a good day yesterday with a photographer friend of mine, Claire Borlaise. Frank came over too and we had some pictures taken for a publication we're putting together. I'm not sure if this will work, but you might be able to see the pictures here
Off to set up a little stall in the church near my workshop at Stockleigh English today. They have a cream tea event every year - it isn't really a selling event, but it's a pleasure to be invited there as part of the community. There's one of my jugs in the church that I made a few years ago for the Flower Ladies - you can see it here in the film that Alex made, Hollyford Harvest.
Well I don't know what's happened to my blog - I lost all my paragraphs a while back and so just changed my template in an attempt to get them back. Now I've lost all my links and my clustermap. Sometimes technology makes me want to curse. I need a holiday!!! Back in a week or so, take care, bye for now.