If you’ve been in touch with me over the last month or so you’ll know that I’ve been preparing for what was our big house move along with moving the studio. My family and I have been in our new home now for about a week during which time I’ve been getting the new studio set up and frantically painting and decorating almost everything in sight.
The studio is now back up and running having made my first pots in the new studio on Monday, it is quite a difference to have a much larger space to be working in! If you have an order currently in I’d suggest that it will take a little longer to complete than usual. I’m also now open for collections and visits at our new location in the picturesque market town of Northallerton in North Yorkshire.
I’ve been toying with the idea of having an ‘offical’ studio opening once we’re properly settled in as
I’ve had a few people asking if they can come and visit already! There are still a few outstanding
issues with the studio as I really need a workbench to sit at while working and the larger kiln needs
to be wired in but it feels good to be enjoying the summer at last in Yorkshire.