Mark & Ritta Cooper wins the Best Deciduous category award, sponsored by John Pitt Ceramics
Stewart Beresford wins the Best Tree/Pot Combo category award sponsored by Walsall Studio Ceramics
Mark & Ritta Cooper wins the Best Shohin tree category award, sponsored by John Pitt Ceramics
Mark & Ritta Cooper have wins the Best Overall Display and Best Evergreen categories awards, sponsored by John Pitt Ceramics.
Sally May wins the Arihato category award, made and sponsored by Kit Bowns
Graham Walker wins the Best accent category award, sponsored by John Trott of Mendip Bonsai Studio
Just need some visitors tomorrow now.
Due to Andrew Pearson from Stone Monkey having to put his feet up while he has his new pottery workshop built, he wasn’t able to produce a Commemorative Pot for Armistice Day, to be raffled during the year, with all monies going to the Royal British Legion.
The challenge was taken up by Simon Haddon of Suteki Accent Pots. He has been working flat out to get it finished and it only came out of the kiln the day before the Swindon show.
Raffle tickets will be available at various venues throughout the year, starting at Swindon, so make sure that you get in early, visit the Suteki sales stand and see Simon for a ticket. The pot will be on display [as long as he doesn’t drop it] It’s £3 a ticket and the raffle will be drawn at the Heathrow show in October.
Andrew will be trading at the show before he then starts planning his new range of ceramics to go with the new workshop.