Kate was visiting the factory in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, touring the shopfloor and watching youngsters getting creative with paint - to the delight of their royal visitor.
Wearing a patterned Seraphine dress, blue coat and matching heels, the Duchess was all smiles as she chatted with production staff before meeting families from Stoke-based Donna Louise Children’s Hospice for a painting session.
MIDDLEWICH Tesco shoppers can purchase a limited edition jute bag designed by Emma Bridgewater in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care’s Great Daffodil Appeal this month.
Emma Bridgewater owns one of the largest pottery manufacturing companies in the UK and has designed the bags featuring colourful polka dot spots alongside Marie Curie daffodils.
ALL HAIL THE WOMAN WHO MADE POTTERY COOL TO THE MASSES.
Plus, we get the factory shop right on our doorstep, so stocking up on those cute little spotty plates doesn't require getting a loan out.4.
Emma Bridgewater the ceramics company has become so successful; it could be easy to forget it started from small beginnings.
“It’s good to have the opportunity to look back and realise at times it was exhausting and stressful.
“She’s very friendly, easy-going, jolly, and very practical.The bestselling mugs are available in a wide range of designs and will be available to buy from uk.Volunteers will be giving out daffodil pins and collecting donations for the Great Daffodil Appeal in Middlewich on March, 27 and 28, off Wheelock Street.“It was very nice to look back and see what the landmarks to date seem to be.“It was about discovering how much the brand is rooted in my happy and creative childhood, where homemade fun was the hallmark.“It is my mission to demystify the process as much as possible.