Warwick Potters’ Association president Sue Keong shows Kris Moulder some of the beautiful pieces on show at the Warwick Potters’ Place Christmas shop.
Warwick Potters’ Association president Sue Keong shows Kris Moulder some of the beautiful pieces on show at the Warwick Potters’ Place Christmas shop.

Unique gifts for all

MANY lucky people may receive Christmas gifts from the Warwick Potters’ Place Christmas shop this year if sales during the past week are anything to go by.

Having operated for several years, the Christmas shop has continued to provide a venue for locals to shop for those unique and individual Christmas gifts.

Warwick Potters’ Association president Sue Keong said not only was the shop well attended but had also attracted a number of potential new members.

“It’s a great opportunity for us, the spinning and weaving group, Warwick Shire Woodcrafters and the Warwick Artists’ Group to showcase the incredible talent our members have,” she said.

Even though the Christmas shop officially closed yesterday the gallery at the Potters’ Place is generally opened each Saturday and if anyone is interested in becoming a member they can contact Sue Keong on 0402 460 919.


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