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ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

Cathy Taylor of Friends of Broomfield Park ran a workshop last October to teach people how to use leaves from the park to make unique items of ceramic jewellery. Cathy has now fired the visitors' creations and, if you were one of the artists, you can now collect them from Broomfield Conservatory.

The Conservatory is open on Wednesday and Sundays only, between 2pm and 4pm.  Just call in, admire the plants and collect your items of jewellery from the stewards on duty.

Cathy took photographs of some of the items - but she says that the actual jewellery items are much more beautiful, the photos don't do them justice.  However, they do give the rest of us a chance to see what can be done.

ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

ceramic jewellery made in broomfield conservatory

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