• Our wheel thrown pottery is made locally in Pulborough by skilled potter Tina Bowbrick and wood-fired in a home-built kiln. When nearly dry each piece is simply decorated, allowing the kiln flames and ash to give each piece its own unique character. Some pieces have slips made from locally dug clays, which are allowed to dry and are then glazed using home-made recipes. Many of these are made using wood ash reclaimed from the kiln, washed, sieved and mixed with other ingredients.
    When fully dry the pieces are fired in a 'fastfire' kiln for 18 to 21 hours until we reach temperatures between 1300 - 1310°C.
  • Our wheel thrown pottery is made locally in Pulborough by skilled potter Tina Bowbrick and wood-fired in a home-built kiln. When nearly dry each piece is simply decorated, allowing the kiln flames and ash to give each piece its own unique character. Some pieces have slips made from locally dug clays, which are allowed to dry and are then glazed using home-made recipes. Many of these are made using wood ash reclaimed from the kiln, washed, sieved and mixed with other ingredients. When fully dry the pieces are fired in a 'fastfire' kiln for 18 to 21 hours until we reach temperatures between 1300 - 1310°C. Please note that each piece is unique and may vary from those shown. 
  • Our wheel thrown pottery is made locally in Pulborough by skilled potter Tina Bowbrick and wood-fired in a home-built kiln. When nearly dry each piece is simply decorated, allowing the kiln flames and ash to give each piece its own unique character. Some pieces have slips made from locally dug clays, which are allowed to dry and are then glazed using home-made recipes. Many of these are made using wood ash reclaimed from the kiln, washed, sieved and mixed with other ingredients. When fully dry the pieces are fired in a 'fastfire' kiln for 18 to 21 hours until we reach temperatures between 1300 - 1310°C. Please note that each piece is unique and may vary from those shown. 
  • Our serving boards are all made on site in our Wild Sussex Wood Yard. We source the wood from our countryside management projects. Each item is then designed to reflect the natural characteristics of the piece of timber, showing off the grain, knots, colouration and pattern. Boards are sanded to a high standard and then finished using a food-safe oil. Each piece is unique.
  • Our serving boards are all made on site in our Wild Sussex Wood Yard. We source the wood from our countryside management projects. Each item is then designed to reflect the natural characteristics of the piece of timber, showing off the grain, knots, colouration and pattern. Boards are sanded to a high standard and then finished using a food-safe oil. Each piece is unique.
  • Our serving boards are all made on site in our Wild Sussex Wood Yard. We source the wood from our countryside management projects. Each item is then designed to reflect the natural characteristics of the piece of timber, showing off the grain, knots, colouration and pattern. Boards are sanded to a high standard and then finished using a food-safe oil. Each piece is unique.
  • Our serving boards are all made on site in our Wild Sussex Wood Yard. We source the wood from our countryside management projects. Each item is then designed to reflect the natural characteristics of the piece of timber, showing off the grain, knots, colouration and pattern. Boards are sanded to a high standard and then finished using a food-safe oil. Each piece is unique.
  • Our wheel thrown pottery is made locally in Pulborough by skilled potter Tina Bowbrick and wood-fired in a home-built kiln. When nearly dry each piece is simply decorated, allowing the kiln flames and ash to give each piece its own unique character. Some pieces have slips made from locally dug clays, which are allowed to dry and are then glazed using home-made recipes. Many of these are made using wood ash reclaimed from the kiln, washed, sieved and mixed with other ingredients.
    When fully dry the pieces are fired in a 'fastfire' kiln for 18 to 21 hours until we reach temperatures between 1300 - 1310°C.
  • Our wheel thrown pottery is made locally in Pulborough by skilled potter Tina Bowbrick and wood-fired in a home-built kiln. When nearly dry each piece is simply decorated, allowing the kiln flames and ash to give each piece its own unique character. Some pieces have slips made from locally dug clays, which are allowed to dry and are then glazed using home-made recipes. Many of these are made using wood ash reclaimed from the kiln, washed, sieved and mixed with other ingredients.
    When fully dry the pieces are fired in a 'fastfire' kiln for 18 to 21 hours until we reach temperatures between 1300 - 1310°C.
  • These beautiful A-grade fallow deer hides are a result of the essential management of the local wild population and promote biodiversity in our woodlands. Each coat is completely unique and there may be small imperfections. Please select the hide you most prefer by examining the images alongside and selecting the corresponding skin number. Please note that shipping costs are included in the sale price for this item. 
  • Our raw local honey is supplied by Martin Hill of Dunctonwood Honey in Pulborough, West Sussex. Customers return again and again for this great tasting honey which comes straight from the beehives (no heat treatment or added ingredients).
  • Our handmade birch coat hooks add a rustic, quirky touch to your home. Each hook is unique and made from surplus wood from conservation projects by local coppice-worker, Rosie Rendell. Sizes vary from approximately 18-25cm in length and 2-4cm in width. We will always try to choose individual hooks that are similar in size and colour for your order, however, there will be some variation. Do email us with a preference if you have specific colours and/or sizes in mind. (£5.00 each)