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Fired Up ceramics studio reopens at new Yate premises

Fired Up CeramicsHave you heard… Our Fired Up community-based ceramics studio offering employment training services and adjoining Enterprise employment training unit, which produces specialist first aid boxes and kidney transplant packs, has moved from Pucklechurch to new premises in Yate.

To celebrate the fact they’re open for business again, they’re holding an open day and relaunch on Thursday, 19 November, from 10am-2pm with an open invitation to those who may be interested in the services they offer on site at Unit 54, Beeches Industrial Estate, Waverley Road, Yate, Bristol BS37 5QR.

Project Coordinator Emma Carey said: "This is an opportunity to visit our new premises and get an appreciation of the range of services we offer and see examples of our hand painted ceramics. There will be taster sessions available for people to try their hand at painting a tile as well as hands-on demonstrations, which people will be able to participate in. Our staff and several of our team members will be on hand to answer any questions.

"Fired Up has always been part of the community. We run weekly hobby classes and children’s parties, while offering the people we support here the opportunity to learn new skills and apply them in a work setting."

For more information, contact Emma Carey at Fired Up on 01454 312606.

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