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Made by the Sea – Pottery from beach-harvested clay

Made by the Sea, a film by Alun Callender, features potter Judith Rowe and the work she creates from clay harvested at Bulverhythe Beach in East Sussex.

There’s more pottery spinning on wheels in the archives.

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