27 Aug 16

Made by Mummy Markets

made by mummy markets

I’ll attending the Made by Mummy Markets next event on Sunday October 9th. It has quite short hours so if your wanting to visit don’t get caught out! The fair will be on between 1-4 pm. It’ll be held at Thief Hall which is in Thornton-le-Moor between Northallerton and Thirsk. If you need a postcode it can be found at DL7 9EH.
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8 Jul 16

Thanks!

If you dropped by to see me at the Homegrown Food Festival a few weeks ago, thanks! It’s always nice to meet and chat to customers, thankfully the weather just to say held off and it only started as I was packing up for the day. I wanted to say thanks as it’s important to remember that Little Wren Pottery wouldn’t be able to continue to exist without you.
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23 Jun 16

Homegrown Food Festival this weekend!

Just a quick reminder that this Sunday the 26th I’ll be at the Homegrown Food Festival in Northallerton from 10am to 5pm. You’ll find me there selling my pots.

The festival is in it’s 5th year and it’s a great day out whatever the weather will be like! Hopefully I’ll see you on the day.

If your not able to make it on the day I’ll be starting major updates of the shop next week as I’ve not updated the available stock on there for about a month to help in the build up to the festival.

10 Jun 16

Homegrown Food Festival Northallerton 2016

This summer you’ll find Little Wren Pottery at the Homegrown Food Festival, in preparation for this you might have found there has been less in stock ready to ship items available on Etsy and Folksy. I’ll have lots of new items for sale at the event including a small number of yarn bowl seconds!
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27 May 16

North Yorkshire Fracking Vote

For a few days last week Northallerton’s County Hall was the focus for a big news story; the vote by local MP’s to allow Fracking in North Yorkshire. Fracking was approved 7 to 4 and the outcome was almost inevitable – it’s very hard to ignore all those jobs and money that the new wells will bring.

It’s a shame because I think it reflects on the broader issues of energy. Our dependancy in the UK on fossil fuels and the stunting of investment for developing existing energy technology and potentially as yet undiscovered forms of generation.
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