Children’s pottery painting


 Children’s pottery painting on Saturday 24th March – free for deaf children 

NLDCS has arranged pottery painting for your children on Saturday 24th March, so book now to ensure a place!

Details are below and please note that the venue and time are different from those in our recent newsletter.

Where: Fired Treasures, 143 Dollis Rd, Mill Hill NW7 1JX
When: 2pm prompt, Saturday 24th March (please arrive 15 mins early
Age: 3+ – as long as your child can pick up a paintbrush. Deaf children will be given priority, but places may be available for hearing siblings.

What’s involved: A 1 ½ hour session in which children can unleash their artistic talents and decorate a mug or plate. These will be fired after painting and given to you at a later date.

Transport: Free parking in surrounding streets, and in Virgin Active and Waitrose car parks in Langstone Way. A few minutes’ walk from Mill Hill East Tube station (Northern line).

Cost: Free for deaf children who must pre-book. Siblings will need to be paid for – about £15 per child.

How to book: It’s vital to book in advance, as numbers are limited and we won’t be able to include extra people on the day.

Please email northlondon@ndcsgroup.org.uk by 8pm on 18th March with the following information:

*Full name and mobile number of parent

*Name(s) of child(ren) who will be attending, their age(s), whether they’re deaf or hearing, and their communication needs

Extra info:

  •  This event is only open to member families.
  • Parents of children aged under 16 must stay on site throughout the session.
  • Remember to book within the 18th March deadline as we need to confirm numbers the following morning.
  • If your child can’t make it on the day, please contact Sharon Webb on 07802 841888 as early as possible so that the place can be given to someone on the waiting list.


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