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  1. 5.0

    I took my 4 kids to Lesley’s studio over Chanukah and everyone had a great time!! (Ages 6, 9, 12 & 15). The kids mainly wanted to use the wheel, so spent the whole time taking turns on the wheel, and whilst waiting, they all painted pots/mugs. Lesley was very lovely, patient and helped the kids with anything they asked.
    We had a great time, and would definately go back for more.
    The pots were sent to me in Raanana, which was a huge bonus that I didn’t need to travel back to collect them.
    All in all a great experience!

  2. 5.0

    I took my family (kids aged 16, 14, 11 and 4) to Lesley’s studio in Nes Ziona. We had the most fabulous time there. We spent nearly two hours at the studio and had the opportunity to understand about working with clay. Initially we made pinched pots (using just the clay and our fingers). Lesley’s very relaxed personality allowed us to feel at ease in creating whatever we wanted. She then gave us the opportunity to create pots on the wheel which my kids loved and then gave us the option to paint a mug or a bowl. We left all the items there to be fired and collection or delivery at a later date. This was a wonderful afternoon in a relaxed environment that created special memories for us as a family. The price was 75nis/person.

  3. 5.0

    Took my 9 year old daughter to do a pottery workshop at Lesley’s studio. It was just the two of us and Lesley so it was a lovely chance to spend some special one on one time with my daughter. Lesley was patient and took the time to explain all the stages to us, she allowed my daughter some time on the wheel and went along with her ideas. We made two beautiful mugs of which my daughter is very proud! A fun, relaxing, creative experience in a lovely setting.
    Thoroughly recommend!

  4. 5.0

    I bought my friend a two hour pottery workshop as a birthday gift, which was a bit selfish, because I got to go too. It was a wonderful two hours in her lovely little studio in Nes Ziona. We learnt a bit about the history of pottery, got hands on with clay straight away and of course had a ball on the pottery wheel. Then we went on to paint mugs that Lesley fired for us for collection a few days later – I love having a memento of the day. Lesley’s passion for pottery is infectious and her down to earth approach immediately puts you at ease. I’d love to go back for regular lessons. Good creative fun!

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