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Creative Christmas Ceramics

Eden Pottery, 218a Abbey Road, Millise, Down, BT22 2DH
Gingerbread man, large and small star shaped dishes/bowls with Christmas designs printed on them.


Creative Christmas Ceramics at Eden Pottery. Running throughout December, perfect for gifts, or as a treat to yourself!
Bring the whole family, or come and have a peaceful afternoon decorating some ceramic items as an individual.

Why not finish your trip off with a visit to our on site café, to enjoy festive mince pies, Christmas paninis, or a hearty bowl of soup.

Last firing date for Christmas is Tuesday 19th December, but the studio is open right up to Friday 22nd December.
We are closed Saturday 23rd-Tuesday 26th, reopening again on Wednesday 27th December.

Items start at £16 for letter plaques and small heart dishes, and average spend is roughly £25-35 per person, and this will cover a larger variety of pottery pieces.



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Road Directions

From Bangor:Take the Carrowdore Road from the Ring Road, and follow the sign to Carrowdore at Six Road Ends. Go straight over at the staggered crossroads. Take the second turn to your left (Grangee Road). At the T-junction turn left – we are 100m on your left.

From Newtownards:Leave Newtownards by the Portaferry Road. Afte r a mile or so turn left into Finlay's Road (sign saying Millisle 7). At the top turn right. After a couple of miles go straight over at the crossroads, then left at the T-junction. We are 100m on your left.

From Donaghadee:Drive to Millisle, where you will find two right-turns close together. You should take the second of these (opposite the First and Last pub). We are 1½ miles up the road on your right.

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