potter's wheel

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a horizontal rotating wheel holding the clay being shaped by a potter

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There, training on the use of the potters wheel in the production of glazed table ware, terracotta water coolers and plant pots was undertaken for groups of apprentices who were all "educated to secondary level".
But publican Mr Stuart Meakin, who has staged ladies' nights at his pub, the Potters Wheel, accused the councillors of being prudish.
And his Ireland team-mate Jon Walters reckons Whelan is a vital cog in the Potters wheel, even if he doesn't grab the headlines.
The artist gives particular attention to shape the clay using a traditional potters wheel.
The proposed store in Buckley would be built on the site of the old Potters Wheel pub in Precinct Way.
National pub chain JD Wetherspoon runs the Potters Wheel on the ground floor of the three-storey building which fronts onto the roundabout on the corner of Dillwyn Street and St Helen's Road.
Paul Davies of the local historical society says the old Castle Sentinel steam lorry will be on display on Saturday, August 28 at 10am between the Potters Wheel and the Royal British Legion.
TARGETED: The Potters Wheel pub in Sunniside which was targeted by raiders on Sunday night.
CRIME SCENE: Police search for clues at The Potters Wheel pub in Sunniside
Division Three: Fairwater RFC B 38 & 20 lost to Les Croupiers 68; Grange Catholics 52 & 16 for 1 beat Llanrumney B 42 & 24; Llandaff North 86 beat Healthcall 29 & 29; Potters Wheel 40 & 40 lost to Grange Albion 120
The retailer has earmarked space on the site of the town's Precinct car park and Potters Wheel bar and restaurant to build the store.
What will be popular will be a hands-on pottery workshop where the children will learn how to create a pot on the potters wheel," he said.