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Potters jazz up 200 soup bowls

Warwick Potters’ Association has made 200 bowls for the soup night during the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival. Wendy Beaver and Raye Batham show off some of the designs.
Warwick Potters’ Association has made 200 bowls for the soup night during the Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival. Wendy Beaver and Raye Batham show off some of the designs. Georja Ryan

WHAT better way to warm up during winter than with a bowl of hot soup, a beanie and the sounds of jazz?

The ladies at Warwick Potters' Association agree and have organised a soup night during Jumpers and Jazz in July.

They've been busy making and glazing 200 bowls that will be for sale on the night.

"They pay $10 for the bowl and we will fill it with homemade soup," member Raye Batham said.

The soup night has been held for the past four years and Ms Batham said it grew each year.

"It's a good, fun night and you get to enjoy yummy food," she said.

The night will showcase other works of art the club has created and, with the festival atmosphere, they're sure it will be a successful night.

Soup night is on July 26 at 63 Horsman Rd from 6pm.

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