Clayden Potters members Wendy Shane, Betty Burkett, Hilary Truitt, Ian Smeeton, Shirley Linney-Barber and Evelyn Flower show off some of their ceramic creations.
Clayden Potters members Wendy Shane, Betty Burkett, Hilary Truitt, Ian Smeeton, Shirley Linney-Barber and Evelyn Flower show off some of their ceramic creations.

Festive fun at Clayden Potters' annual morning tea

COOLUM'S Clayden Potters will hold their much-loved annual Christmas exhibition and morning tea fundraiser on Saturday, 26 November.

Set under the trees outside the newly-renovated and revamped The Clayden Pottery Hut, located at 14 Tradewinds Avenue, Coolum Beach, the exhibition and morning tea is the community group's key fundraiser for the year.

The morning tea will run from 8.30am until around 11.30am, while the exhibition will remain open until 3pm.

As part of the event members of Clayden Potters will also run a series of free workshops for children to make pottery Christmas decorations that they can then take home with them.

The free children's workshops will take place at 9.30am, 11.30am and 1.30pm.

The morning tea remains just $2 per person, which includes a sumptuous range of sweet and savoury treats.

A range of pottery items will be on display and some of the beautiful pieces will be available to purchase, offering a rare opportunity to stock up on creative, one-of-a-kind Christmas gifts at very reasonable prices.

Items for sale will include the group's ever popular Christmas puddings which will be packaged in beautiful, reusable pottery bowls.

A raffle will also be held on the day, meanwhile the Coolum Women's Interest Group will have a stall selling a range of unique, hand-made craft items.

The Clayden Potters Christmas exhibition and morning tea is on Saturday, 26 November, at The Clayden Pottery Hut, 14 Tradewinds Avenue, Coolum Beach.


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