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London Potters Local W4 Chiswick
A two-day selling fair of studio pottery from 15 London Potters members.
St Michael Church Centre, Elmwood Road, Chiswick, London W4.
With the Christmas market in mind, this event offers an exciting shopping
experience for special ceramic gifts.
Refreshments available throughout the weekend
Proceeds from table hire will be given to Cancer Research who will be
selling festive cards and wrapping paper.
London Potters Annual Members’ Exhibition brings together the work of 90 members, from professional ceramicists to emerging makers.
61 Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7HT
Sat 12 noon-4pm
Sun 12 noon-4pm (26 Nov and 3 Dec only)
London Potters Local East – a two-day selling fair featuring original hand-made studio pottery from 20 LP members.
The House Mill
Three Mill Lane
London E3 3DU
Bromley-by-Bow tube station and a short walk from Bow Church DLR station
Parking is available at Tesco less then 100m from House Mill (up to 3 hours and longer by agreement with Tesco customer service desk).
Unfortunately the venue is not fully accessible.
Workshop Visit, Talk, Glaze and Throwing Demonstration with Chris Keenan at his studio in Camberwell. London SE5 11am-3pm.
Booking enquiries to Fay De Winter E: firstname.lastname@example.org
[fifteen] ceramics from 15 selected LP members
51 Southwark Street
London SE1 1RU
Open 11am-6pm Mon-Sat
Exhibitors: Rafael Atencia, Chris Bramble, Jeremy Clark, Stathis Dimitriadis, Delfina Emmanuel, Ferri Farahmandi, Penny Green, Carol Greenaway, Lise Herud Braten, Pratima Kramer, Leslie Parrott, Lesley Risby, Nici Ruggiero, Ingrid Saag and Norman Yap.
London Potters Local – A two-day selling fair featuring original hand-made studio pottery from 21 LP members. Taking place in the delightful Grade 2 listed Normansfield Theatre (one of the few remaining Victorian theatres in London) the fair offers functional and everyday objects as well as collectors’ items. Proceeds from the table-hire and the coffee shop will go to the Down’s Syndrome Association.
Sat 4 and Sun 5 March 2017
The Langdon Down Centre
2a Langdon Park
Teddington TW11 9PS
Nearest stations Hampton Wick
Buses 281 and 285