Hey Clay! Cast of Thousands: Stoke-on-Trent Superheroes – World of Wedgwood
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- Visiting information
- Wednesday - Sunday 10am – 5pm.
Closed Monday and Tuesday.
The Crafts Council’s Hey Clay! returns from 17-19 May, as part of the Get Creative campaign. Hey Clay! offers people free opportunities to celebrate everything clay, have some fun, and unleash their inner potter!
Come along to The World of Wedgwood and join our mass-making project, creating your own unique figure to add to a fantastic display for the British Ceramics Biennial Festival 2019.
Using simple model-making techniques and local red clay, you will be able to let your imagination go wild.
With help on hand from our ceramic artists, everyone will be able to join in; whether young or not, experienced or new to clay.
Please note: This event is now fully booked, please follow us on social media or check back on the website for upcoming events.
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