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We are reopening our shop

Our shop will reopen on Friday 3rd July 2020 at 10am. Because it’s a relatively small area, we can only welcome our visitors one household at a time, maximum two adults (kids obviously welcome, but if you’re The Waltons, you may need to take it in turns!)

We will have hand sanitiser at the door, and more at the counter. In order to save us from having to clean down all handled stock, and to allow you to browse and pick up at your leisure, please make use of the hand sanitiser before entry. We have really nice stuff that, once the initial burst of alcohol has gone, leaves a lovely scent and has Aloe Vera in so it won’t dry out your hands!

The First Minister has announced that it will be mandatory to wear face coverings in shops from 10th July. We would appreciate it, if you have one with you, to wear it from tomorrow when in the shop. Mo and Kath will wear visors when at the counter.

We have invested in dedicated ‘Point of Sale’ equipment, with contactless payment or a stylus to input your PIN on screen so you don’t have to handle anything (stylus will be sanitised between customers). We would prefer not to handle cash at this time, but if this is your only option, of course we will accommodate you.

We hope you’ll appreciate that we have taken every possible step to protect both our staff and our customers, and we thank you for your co-operation in following the guidelines.

Tullybannocher Cafe has a fabulous new Takeaway window operational now, and the Garden Centre and Gift Shop are open too, so there’s plenty to do while you’re here.

We look forward to welcoming you back to MoKa Pottery soon.

Mo & Kath

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Cultybraggan Camp

We are very fortunate to have our studio in one of the Nissen huts at Cultybraggan Camp in Comrie, Perthshire. We are now regularly making and selling hand-built pottery huts and a percentage of the profits are donated to the Comrie Development Trust, to fund further development of the visitor attraction within the camp, and towards the running of guided tours and open day events by the Heritage Group throughout the year.

Here’s a sneak peek of the first huts drying in preparation for their first firing.



The big one in the first picture is for a special project coming up, but I may make more as money boxes too.

The wee ones look so cute all lined up in rows (just like in the camp) and I am really looking forward to having them all glazed and fired so I can play with -errrmmm – sell them to raise some cash for this fab group who do so much.

Kath

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What a result!

We had a fantastic day on Sunday at our Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie, and raised a whopping £230 for the charity. What a great way to kick off the next 12 months of fundraising for this wonderful organisation.

Here are a few of the highlights of the day:

Much hilarity fooling around with the #cakeface photo booth we made!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MoKa Pottery’s Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie


MoKa Pottery's Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of the Marie Curie charity

Join us on Sunday 25th June for home baking, lots of yummy teas, coffees, special ceramic tiles, lots of pots, play with clay or paint your own tile, all to raise money for the wonderful Marie Curie. Continue reading MoKa Pottery’s Blooming Great Tea Party in aid of Marie Curie