Bill runs pottery workshops, visit this page for details of his and other creative workshops.
this link to see this events page, where details of
some of the forthcoming events can be seen, including workshops.
There is a new page being set up that features images of Bill's studio at home, after being set up for the Artwey Art Trail (see next paragraph)
From 11am to 6pm from 6th until 21st September 2014 (closed Mondays), Bill is opening his studio at home for the public to visit. This is part of the Artwey Art Trail in Weymouth & Portland, more details of which can be seen at this link.
If you would like to make some pottery with Bill during this event please call and arrange - pop in or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the first time "The Old Slaughterhouse" has been thrown open to public inspection, it ties in with Bill's 60th birthday celebrations and so the display will be a retrospective of at least 40 years of pot making.
There will be some rare old pots dusted off and put out for sale, alongside his more modern output, which is mainly inspired by ancient pottery.
Bill will be demonstrating his methods and talking to visitors about his motivations and if they ask nicely letting them have a go.
Bill has a passion for ancient pottery, he undertakes
experimental archaeology and explorations into Bronze Age techniques.
A clamp firing experiment at Martin Green's Farm
by Bill, more can be seen at
Another project commissioned was to produce sets of beaker replicas for Somerset County Council Museum service. They are copies of the 3 beakers found at Hincley Point in the Wick Barrow. An additional commission is currently being worked on to produce some Neolithic style bowls for the client, there is a page about this project at this link.