Little Wren Pottery is a handmade ceramics studio run by English potter Victoria Baker in the picturesque market town of Northallerton, North Yorkshire focusing on functional yet decorative items for everyday use.

Homegrown Food Festival Northallerton

Thanks to everyone who came out to see me last weekend, it was great to see so many new and familiar faces!

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Homegrown Food Festival coming this June 28th

I just wanted to post a quick reminder that I’ll be at the Homegrown Food Festival on June 28th selling my work.

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The joy of tea

Tea is such a major thing in our house, somehow its a great year-round drink from refreshing in summer to comforting in winter. Sometimes I wonder how anyone got things done before tea was discovered!

It’s a very British thing to love tea quite so much. Somehow it appears in contemporary pop culture quite often from Hitchhikers Guide and the creation of the Impossible Improbability Drive to it’s appearance in Wallace and Gromit cartoons. At the same time though its a very hotly debated topic – brewing in cups vs a teapot, how much milk, and if it should be milk first in the cup or tea first. Honestly it’s a uniquely British ever so slightly polite minefield.

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Hambleton Community Awards 2015

You might remember a while back I mentioned that I’d created the awards ceremony plates for the Hambleton Community Awards. You can find a great video of the night over on Vimeo, it really gives a flavour of the event and the many great causes supported by the awards.

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Did you spot Little Wren Pottery in Inside Crochet?

This month’s Inside Crochet featured a small article about Little Wren Pottery yarn bowls! It’s a great little feature in a very beautiful magazine that’s really thoughtfully put together. I’ll admit I don’t really crochet much but that’s mainly due to the patterns that are available.

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