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8th/9th October

PIT FIRING - at Jojo’s Garden in Ockley.

See the wonderful range of results in our Social Activities Section

1st - 24th November 2018

Also see the demonstrations section


This was held at JoJo Rowley’s garden in Ockley, Surrey during her Open Studio.

The event was blessed by perfect weather and attracted 70 bookings from people who then were able to glaze a pot and have it fired in a raku kiln for them

Claire Waterhouse’s Portable Pottery also supplied her own kiln and team so that this event could take place.  We had some very good results and hopefully some very happy new potters

3rd June 2018

Click here to see some of the fun we all had

14th September  2018

Annual General Meeting

Our AGM was held on Friday 14th September at Terri’s.  A good attendance and a new member Lene Rydon has kindly agreed to join the Committee

8th September 2018

Pit Firing

Our annual Pit Firing was held on the weekend of 8th/9th September. JoJo and Nigel worked hard to ensure that everyone had a successsful and fun day.  See our Social Activities section.

17th  March 2019

Barbara Gittings will be demonstrating her fascinating Nerikomi techniques.

4th August 2019

Jane Silk - demo

20th October 2019

Geoffrey Swindell - demo

Fired Works Our recent, very successful group exhibition at Haslemere Educational Museum.

Fourteen members exhibited here including seven members exhibiting with the society for the first time - a feast for the eyes and well earned complements from all who visited.

1st - 16th June 2019

Surrey Artists Open Studios A group event in Mary Lindon’s Garden. 1st, 2nd,9th,13th-16th. With a raku demonstration on 1st and 15th.

Recent Events

Christmas Lunch Party

Super Bring and Share lunch at East Clandon Village Hall. What you can do with Play Dough!

9th February

OBVARA FIRING - at Jojo’s Garden in Ockley.

Join us to experiment with this fascinating technique using our raku kiln and a rather magical formula which seems more culinary than pottery!