Perch Here – Carving and Ceramics at Sutton Bridge

Sep 17

Start Saturday
17-09-2022, 10:30am

End Saturday
17-09-2022, 02:30pm

Venue Bridge Road Green

Cost Free

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We had a great first phase of the Perch Here project with woodcarving workshops and we’re back with more sessions – including making ceramics with Greenfield Pottery!

The Perch Here project is a programme of place-shaping projects in Sutton Bridge and Wingland, to celebrate the area’s unique characteristics.
The first phase of the project was centred around free carving workshops in the Sutton Bridge area with carver Peter Tree where participants helped to create way-markers, learnt carving skills and gave us feedback on what they’d like to see be created in the project.
Now we’re holding more sessions in September with Carving and Ceramics.

With Greenfield Pottery, participants of all ages are invited to make their own heraldic shield. You’re welcome to make the shield personal to you and/or your family.

Feel free to bring along items that can be used in a press pattern clay technique that will help with your custom design!

For safety reasons, participants must be over 18 to take part in woodcarving.

The sessions will take in the Transported Gazebo on Bridge Road Green, opposite Baxter’s Fish Shop on Saturdays 10th and 17th September from 10.30am until 2.30pm.
The new artwork and activities are aimed to have been completed and installed by hen Spring 2023, with a look to culminating the programme with a festival-type celebration event centred around a theme unique to the area to draw in visitors and engage local residents.
Find out more about the project here:


Transported is a strategic, community-focused programme which aims to get more people in Boston Borough and South Holland enjoying and participating in arts activities.  The programme is overseen by the Centre of Culture and Creativity at the University of Lincoln, and is funded by the Creative People and Places fund from Arts Council England.

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