Community Fund in a Spin!

Jan Seager and Steve Pryor of the Harpenden Trust's Community Fund visited Pop-up Pottery this week to practice their long hidden pottery skills. The Community Fund had supported the project back in 2019 by assisting with the purchase of equipment as the project moved to larger premises on Highfield Oval. The project offers free pottery tuition and practice for both individuals and groups helping people find and develop their creative gift and encouraging often long buried potential.

The project is run by Trevor Withers and Gillian Winsley, plus other volunteers, and following a shut down because of Covid are now open again offering sessions on Wednesday afternoons and evenings where people of all ages can rediscover their creative nature with tea, fun and laughter. More information can be found on the website www.networkchurch.org .

Both Jan and Steve really enjoyed the session and found the experience most rewarding and it enabled them to understand the benefits it provides to all the participants. 

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03 June 2021

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