About Little Wren Pottery

Hi there, I notice you're looking to buy one of my hand crafted pottery yarn bowls!

You can check to see if I have any in stock in my Etsy shop, Folksy shop or you can get in touch with me directly in the studio to place your order and I'll make one just for you.
5 Mar 15

A summer date for your diary!

This week I had confirmation through for the booking on our stall at the Northallerton Homegrown Food Festival. We had a great time there last year and this summer’s event is already well underway. So far it’ll be our only event of the year!

I’ll have a little bit more information about it as the day gets closer but this year it’s being held on Sunday June 28th.
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14 Mar 14

Little Wren Pottery at Northallerton Home Grown Food Festival

Unfortunately both myself and the kiln haven’t been feeling well lately, I’ve had flu and my kiln has needed the elements replaced. If you’ve placed an order over the last couple of weeks it’s likely to be in the glaze kiln this weekend but if you have any questions about the status of your order just get in touch.

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24 Sep 13

York Food Festival

I’ve become a real convert to the ‘food festival’ movement, sure it’s busy and you’ve got to jostle for a position in the queue but its quite fun to taste flavours you wouldn’t normally find. Last weekend I had a trip out to the York Food Festival, taking in some of the stands it was interesting to see that savoury was much better represented than sweet.

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24 Jun 13

Homegrown food festival Northallerton

After what seems like endless rounds of DIY in our new house I’d been looking forward to the Homegrown food festival for a few weeks and had it penciled in as a ‘must do’ for the weekend! The perfect distraction from picking up the paintbrush is food and the weather held off just long enough to enjoy some eats outdoors.

The festival itself celebrates everything local from the North Yorkshire area and it was a great sampler of what the region has to offer. The displays of food were just so inciting it was hard to know where to start! If there are trends in food I definitely noticed that the two of them were making an appearance here with three vendors selling pulled pork, an American BBQ favourite. Another was ‘Asian Slaw’ which seemed to be mostly finely chopped red cabbage and carrot without the mayonnaise which had a really crunchy flavour especially when paired with noodles.
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