Why not try pottery this half term?

PUBLISHED: 10:12 22 October 2008 | UPDATED: 22:30 15 June 2010

Most of you will be aware of Honiton Pottery s milkshake bar, serving over 45 different flavour milkshakes, hot lunches served all day, ice cream sundaes and knickerbocker glory s – and you can still get just a cup of coffee if you wish

Most of you will be aware of Honiton Pottery's milkshake bar, serving over 45 different flavour milkshakes, hot lunches served all day, ice cream sundaes and knickerbocker glory's - and you can still get just a cup of coffee if you wish!! Special Offer during Half Term week is a stack of American pancakes served with butter and maple syrup for only £2.20.

However, how many of you are aware of their upstairs studio? Pop in during Half Term (they are open seven days a week) to have a go making a pot at the potters wheel or to do some ceramic painting. They have many different items to choose from (ornaments, money boxes, photo frames, plates, mugs, pasta bowls, teapots etc). Prices start from £6.50 which includes studio time, paint, glazing and firing afterwards.

No appointments are necessary during half term.

They offer discounted prices for groups - youth clubs, Beavers, Brownies etc, and they cater for birthday parties and hen parties too. They are currently taking names for enrolment on their pottery evening classes. For more information please call Lisa on (01404) 42106.

Please note they are open during Carnival Night - Saturday, October 25. Tables for dinner can be booked in advance.

Takeaways (hot food and drinks) will also be available.


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