Contact

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  1. Hello there

    My name is Karen , I live in a lovely village called Kilmacolm , today I went into our little hospice shop and found the most beautiful large mug or should I call it a tankard ( ceramic ) , it was in the bric a brac section , anyway I looked at the bottom to see who made it – It is signed Len Whatley , so I googled the name and found this site.

    I see Len has now passed on , I just want to say the piece of work I have is beautiful and thought you might like to know how I came about it 🙂 It now takes a proud place at my window .

    Have a good day

    Karen

    • How funny Karen, I know Kilmacolm well as my parents-in-law live in Bridge of Weir! Isn’t it amazing what you can find… well done you. I have quite a few pieces from Edinbane Pottery, but I’ve never been lucky enough to find one in a charity shop.

    • Hi Maria, the only place I know of is Gray’s School of Art. It does short courses over the winter (16 evenings, once a week), but I think it depends on the tutor as to what is taught. It would also be worth checking both the North East Open Studios and Scottish Potters Association websites to see if there are potters listed who might do. Another thought is Hilary Duncan… who sometimes does workshops. She’s based in Banchory and you’ll find her details on the NEOS website. Hope that helps.
      All the best, Juliet

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