A Burnham-On-Sea pottery shop owner is seeking the public’s help in tracing the owners of four items that were painted and left at her seafront business over the summer.

Anya Burridge from Purrr-fect Pottery (pictured) on The Esplanade explained: “These four items of pottery were painted during the Burnham Folkfest on Sunday 31st August, but no-one has come back to collect them after they were fired in our kiln.”

“It’s a great shame – they’re personalised items that have already been paid for and we’d like to link them up with their owners.”

She added: “There are two cups, a painted skull and a cup bearing the names Brooke and Ellie, who I believe are sisters, and Michael and his girlfriend Kerri.”

“I am sure they are local people but we did not take an address or phone number and so can’t get in touch.”

If the items are yours, or you can help, contact Anya at No 2 The Esplanade or call 07739 740816.


Artists receive prizes from pottery shop owner

Seafront pottery shop opens in Burnham

Purrr-fect Pottery details and opening hours

Subscribe to our free news updates and join our other subscribers.
No spam, we promise. You can unsubscribe at any time and we'll never share your details without your permission. View our privacy page