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Welcome, to the first in a series of blogs about great things to do on the Isle of Wight. These blogs will highlight and inform you of some hidden gems that you might not find in local tourist attractions and your Isle of Wight Hotel might not be aware of.

The first on our list of things to do is the Fired Art Ceramic Café. This is a must see place if you are looking for something that is creative and fun for the family. This family run attraction runs workshops for all age groups making it a lot of fun. The workshops teach you all about the different aspects of ceramic art including slip moulds, thumb pots, plaques and jewellery. The workshops will also allow you to find out about he use of colour as well as the different types of glazes that can be used.

You also have the opportunity to purchase some of these wonderful one off pieces that have been created there.

The website features a section of How Fired Art Works of you want more information now. The café onsite is also a great destination for parties of all kinds and they even offer evening parties.

Lover of Jewellery? Then this is your chance to make your own. The Fired Art Ceramic Café offers a new and exciting Bead Bar for those looking fro something a little different. This is a great opportunity for those of you who like something original and would make a great Christmas present for friends and family.

If you are not of a creative disposition then why not opt for the Commission fired art? Get your designs produced to your exact requirements.

For more information about Fired Art Ceramic Café then email: firedart@btconnect.com now.

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