Kent’s Coastal Week 2013 raises awareness of our everchanging dynamic coastline, and there are various events and activities being held around the Thanet and Kent coast to mark the week. Kent Coastal Week takes place from 26 October to 3 November 2013.
Epple Bay Ceramics was founded by Jenny Callaghan in 2012 as a family-driven ceramics and pottery business based in Epple Bay, near Westgate-on-sea in Thanet. Jenny designs and hand makes bespoke ceramics which are inspired by the natural world and in particular the Kent Coast. Epple Bay Ceramics sells its products online via Folksy and Etsy, in art galleries, at craft fairs, at exhibitions, and in open studios. The typical customer is either someone purchasing a handmade gift for a friend / relative, or someone who is interested in owning a unique, beautiful and imaginative ceramic object in their own home: Jenny creates all sorts of ceramic objects, from pots to wall hangings, buttons, jewellery, vases and home decorations.
Founder Jenny Callaghan said “The mission of Epple Bay Ceramics is to design and hand-make fine, beautiful ceramics to make the world a happier place – we exist to spread the beauty of the natural world through the medium of ceramic art; I’m thrilled to further the awareness of the beauty of the Kent Coast through my work and through this special offer in aid of Kent’s Coastal Week”.
To mark Kent’s Coastal Week, Epple Bay Ceramics is offering a 40% discount on all of their fish-related ceramics between 26 October to 3 November 2013 to all Kent coastal or Thanet-based buyers, using the code COASTAL on purchases.
Epple Bay Ceramics products can be found online with free delivery, at http://folksy.com/shops/epplebayceramics or through Epple Bay Ceramics directly via firstname.lastname@example.org or www.facebook.com/epplebayceramics