Jenny Shergold, Raye Batham, Hazel Nicholson, Wendy Beaver and Janice Sabur will be selling their handmade pieces at the Warwick Potters combined Christmas craft shop this month.
Jenny Shergold, Raye Batham, Hazel Nicholson, Wendy Beaver and Janice Sabur will be selling their handmade pieces at the Warwick Potters combined Christmas craft shop this month. Kerri Burns-Taylor

Original handmade pottery makes ideal gift for Christmas

ONE of a kind gifts handcrafted by some of Warwick's talented artists could find themselves under your Christmas tree this year.

The Warwick Potters will host a combined Christmas stall with the Warwick Woodcrafters again this month.

The annual stall offers the chance to buy jewellery, paintings, clocks, vases and other handmade pieces.

Member Jenny Shergold said the Potters group loved the chance to share their pieces with the wider community.

"Everything here is unique and there should be something for everyone," she said.

"We love when people buy them - it makes it all worthwhile."

The store will operate on Saturday and Sunday, November 24 and 25, from 10am-4pm at the Warwick Potters clubhouse on Horsman Rd, opposite Slade Campus.

Santa will be visiting and armed with lollies from 2pm on Sunday and Woolworths will be selling refreshments, with proceeds going to the Children's Hospital Appeal.

Raffles will also be held throughout the day.



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