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Manic Ceramics Paint your Own Pottery

21 West Street
Hereford
Herefordshire
HR4 0BX
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Creative relaxation in the heart of the city
Manic Ceramics - is the pottery studio set right in the heart of The City - in a flower filled yard and just a minutes' walk from The Cathedral. Here you can drop in and spend some enjoyable time painting your own choice of pottery (perhaps over a coffee and cake) , which is then glazed and fired for a wonderful, useable keepsake of The Three Choirs 2006. We are constantly hearing the word 'therapeutic' from our painters - all ages are welcome. Your finished pottery can be posted if necessary.
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Baby Hand and Footprint Service
Mobile Pottery for your Group setting

Latest review - I took my two sons aged 13 and 16 to manics and we had a great time painting ourselfs some lovely ......More

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