Epple Bay Ceramics – the Thanet-based ceramic art business – celebrates Christmas in November and December by opening up its studio to the general public to mark this festive time.

epple--bayEpple Bay Ceramics is opening its studio doors on Saturday 30 November – Sunday 1 December from 10am – 4pm, and again on Saturday 7 – Sunday 8 December from 10am – 4pm (or as visits demand), at 137 Sea Road, Westgate-on-sea, Kent, CT8 8PZ. The studio is completely free to visit and visitors are able to buy Epple Bay Ceramics products in the studio. There are no accessibility restrictions to visitors. Email enquires can be made via epplebayceramics@gmail.com or via Twitter @epplebay or viaFacebook www.facebook.com/epplebayceramics .

Founder Jenny Callaghan said “We’ll be celebrating Christmas this year by opening our doors to the public for the second and final time this year. People can avoid the highstreet rush and look for handmade Christmas gifts in the comfort and kiln-heated warmth of the Epple Bay Ceramics Studio. Come for a browse… and a mince pie if you’re lucky!”

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.



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