'Memories' Pottery with Zehavit

The children have been sculpting their most positive memories of lockdown.



Last week, Zehavit Darlington, of Macandrew Bay, shared her love of pottery with our school children. The children have been sculpting their most positive memories of lockdown and preserving them in clay for an exhibition later in the year. It was great to see the children using their hands to make something creative and to have Zehavit support them. We will be firing the works in our kiln later this week, after the children have glazed their works.

It was great that our school could support Zehavit as her kiln (ex Glenfalloch Potters Cottage) now needs repairing and she is trying to raise $3,000 to allow her to do that.

Did you know that Zehavit was also the person who initiated the planting on the road edge at the bottom of Gorman St? And the seat that has now been installed! Another example of her commitment to the local community.  If you can help financially (maybe some of the savings on petrol you made during lockdown?) I am sure she would appreciate it. Click here to donate.

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