Rye Pottery christened “Best Stand” at Wealden Times Midwinter Fair

Wealden Times Best Stand MidWinter Fair Christmas 2014 med1It’s fair to say that it takes something of a long time to put our Wealden Times stand up … and down!

So large thanks from all at Rye Pottery to Wealden Times Editor Lucy Fleming & Harpers and Hurlingham’s Jane Beard for naming Rye Pottery as this year’s “Best Stand” at the MidWinter Fair.

The Wealden Times MidWinter Fair  is a hugely popular Christmas Market held at the charming Victorian Walled Garden at Bedgebury Pinetum. Visitors come from far and wide but it’s a “must” in the Kent & Sussex calendar for locals too.

Whatever the weather the event is staged in warm marquees with wonderful food and lunch stalls making it a great way to get going on your Christmas shopping.

It’s a huge compliment to win given such strong competition, so we’re all very chuffed indeed.

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Our stand at the Wealden Times MidSummer Fair

Rye Potterys stand at the Wealden Times MidSummer Fair 2014We thought it would be fun to share a pic of our stand at The Wealden Times Midsummer Fair.

June 2014 was our first time at the show, which is staged at Hole Park in Rolvenden, and we’re pleased to say we had a fun and busy three days.

Our tent was packed full of other stylish stands and we met lots of charming visitors, and from a selfish point of view the reaction to our pots, not least our new lines, shapes and colourways, was very uplifting.

So the next step will be planning the stand for the MidWinter Fair at the Walled Garden at Bedgebury Pinetum in November, once we’ve recovered from three days on our feet that is!

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Wealden Times picks Rye Pottery Jugs & little bowls

Wealden TImes features Rye Pottery - Ceramic Jugs April 2014.jpg

We’re very pleased to see two of our tableware lines featured in the latest issue of the Wealden Times.

Our stripey Jugs and Little Bowls have been picked for a “Get the look” feature to accompany a fab interiors shoot. We call this pattern Cottage Stripe and it’s been in constant production since the 1950s. The little bowls are the newest addition to the range. They’re a great size that we use at home variously for jam, cream, sugar, olives, tapas … and they also make charming little weaning bowls.

Thanks Wealden Times! www.wealdentimes.co.uk

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