Denby Pottery Village’s 30th birthday photos celebrate weekend of fun including pottery throw down
A Derbyshire business has marked its special milestone birthday with live music, expert cookery demonstrations and a packed roster of family activities.
On Saturday September 16, Denby Pottery Company, which makes globally known ceramics at its headquarters in Denby also offered customers a 30% discount on selected collections to match the cost of ceramics from three decades ago.
The pottery village is on the same site as its headquarters which opened in 1993 and has been delighting guests ever since.
It was a fun day out for the full family, not just enthusiasts of ceramics.
Activities for little ones included painting pots, whilst adults who also wanted to get creative, could have a go at pottery throwing.
People who wanted to upgrade their dinnerware were in for a treat as they could enjoy discounted prices in the pop-up Pavilion and Factory Shop.
There was something for good food appreciators too.
A new deli counter was filled with handmade pies, charcuterie, local cheeses and more at Greedy Pig Butchers at Denby, who also decided to treat customers with 30% off everything from the food counter.
Live music came courtesy of Shirland Welfare Brass Band whose musical covers including Vengaboys dance classic Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!! which kept visitors entertained.
On site was an ice-cream van which provided the perfect treat for sweet toothed fans of all ages.
Here are a selection of photos from Denby Pottery Village’s birthday last weekend.
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