Come and join us in Rocky and Roxy’s pods for some pottery painting. This is an activity ideal for all the family to take part in. Payments from just £3 to secure your booking – this includes a memory tile, your paint and for your bisque to be baked in our kiln! If you fancy painting something bigger, make sure you check out our other bisques once you have arrived for your session. Upgrades are available at the pods via cash or card. We can’t wait for you to join in with all the fun!
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Read on for T&Cs.
Please note that all events and entertainment are subject to change and cancellation at any time, including at short notice.
All children under 8yrs must be accompanied by an adult.
Please note the bisques will not be available to take away until 24 hours after the session, collection times are limited.
Limited seating is available within the pods.
Please make sure you arrive 5 minutes prior to your selected session time.
We ask for no food to be consumed within the pod during the painting session. Bottled drinks are preferred within the space.
Please note if you are more than 15 minutes late for your session, you will have forfeited your space.
If you are unable to attend your session, please be sure to cancel as we are limited on spaces.
We recommend taking part a minimum of 2 days prior to your departure.
Limited space within the pods for prams etc.
Please wear appropriate clothing which is okay to get a little messy!
Most importantly, have fun with all your Rockstars creating amazing art. Be sure to share photos with us on Facebook and TripAdvisor.
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Dawlish Warren Life Saving club put a plea on Facebook on the 5<sup>th</sup> of April this year for funds to help the club after seeing their fundraising efforts suffer due to covid over the past two years, Dawlish Life Saving Club posted that they faced an uncertain future, Lady’s Mile Holiday Park and Oakcliff Holiday park owner Jason Jeffery contacted the club’s secretary and offered to help and secure the club’s future with a rolling 2-year funding agreement.
Dawlish Warren lifesaving club have been training beach lifeguards, first aiders, and children from age 7 at the Warren for over 55 years. During the summer season and busy bank holidays they provide a voluntary lifeguarding service both independently and alongside the RNLI. As well as suppling lifeguard cover for numerous open water swimming events, Triathlons and even music festivals all over the country.
Jason Jeffery owner of both Lady’s Mile Holiday Park and Oakcliff Holiday park said “we appreciate all the hard work the committee and the members do to keep the beach safe for our guests and local residents over the summer. We are proud to sponsor the club who are keeping our community safe.
Club Chairman Gareth Jones said “Our club is thrilled with our new sponsors, their community values reflect our own and have enabled us to invest in vital lifesaving equipment to help train new lifeguards and save lives on our beautiful beach and the local area.”