Super delighted and proud to say I was a contestant, the first ever from Northern Ireland, in the new third TV series of The Great Pottery Throw Down which has moved to @channel4 and @more4 and produced by Love Productions @tv_opportunities
It will be airing its first episode on channel More4 on Wednesday 8th January @ 9pm and every Wednesday thereafter with it repeating on Channel 4 on Sundays at 6.45pm.
It is going to be a fantastic show with a amazing bunch of people. @msmelaniesykes @suepryke @keithbrymerjones I hope your all looking forward to it as much as I am!
Stay tuned for lots and lots of clay, hard work, inspiring pieces, laughs, innuendos, silly faces 😂 and even some totes emotional tears babes 💗😅🥰
It was a phenomenal experience and one I won't ever forget and I feel so lucky to have shared it with 11 amazing other potters 💗 Check me and the other potters out on Instagram @clairemurdockceramics
@rainna_ceramics @tomjamesmusicandpottery @thecornishpotter @florencestgeorge @rosalindworland @littletorchceramics @ceramic_rosa_wiland_holmes @motionsofclay @jchanceramics @sampadagurung @leonardyoung_fernbankpottery
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Watch the trailer.....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ierposy-_s
My name is Erin McVeigh. I am 10 years of age and live in Seaforde County Down. I have been watching the Great pottery throwdown every week and you were my favourite contestant. I was so sad to see that you got put out this week and not in the final. I love all sorts of arts and crafts. I got to do pottery on a wheel this January with an artist in Crawfordsburn for the first time. I loved it and she said I was a natural. Maybe I will be as good as you some day. Love Erin❤️