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By Nicola Theakston
By Nicola Theakston

The 18th Art in CLay Hatfield, Pottery & Ceramic Festival (special 241 ticket offer!)


Posted on 09 May 2012

An exceptional display of ceramics and pottery will be on show at this three day outdoor event in marquees all over the beautiful parklands of Hatfield House. Meet makers from across Europe at over 180 stands, talk about their work and purchase some of the most imaginative and creative work made in clay.





By Remon Jephcott


Established potters, Robin Welch, Mary Rich and Svend Bayer are among the exhibitors this year, as well as newcomers and graduates showing for the first time.

Art in Clay is an entertaining family day out with two areas where visitors, young and old, can show their creative side. Throw-a-Pot and Make and Take are suitable for anyone aged four and above to make their own creations by throwing and sculpting. There are also lovely walks around the grounds and a children's play area just a short walk from the marquees.

Opening times: Friday & Saturday 10am - 5.30pm, Sunday 10am - 5pm

Admission prices:
Adult £8.50, Two-day ticket £15, Three-day ticket £22.50
Concession £8, Two-day ticket £14, Three-day ticket £21
Children aged 15 years and under FREE

See below for deatils of a specail 241 ticket offer!



Hare of the Dog, Priest & Ostineli, Norfolk

Painters-Online users can receive 2-4-1 on all tickets for admission to Art in Clay by contacting Andy McInnes on 0115 9873966 or by email: andymcinnes1@yahoo.co.uk


For more information about the festival visit the website www.artinclay.co.uk



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