Glazed Creations paint-your-own-pottery studio in Royston recently celebrated its 10th birthday with a Safari Town Trail.

The trail adventure, sponsored by Royston First BID, took place over 10 days as part of Royston Arts Festival.

Families were able to explore the town centre while discovering 10 hidden animals tucked away within participating local businesses.

As each animal was located, participants marked its name and location on trail entry forms and answered the corresponding topical questions.

Once they had completed the trail, they submitted their forms into a prize draw competition for the chance to win a £100 Glazed Creations voucher and one of the glazed animals used in the trail.

The lucky winners were two brothers, six-year-old Jake and four-year-old Reuben.

Speaking about the trail, Jake said: "I had lots of fun doing it and I'm looking forward to the next trail, and spending my voucher at Glazed Creations."

In addition, nine runners-up each received a glazed trail animal to commemorate their safari adventure.


Kelly Liebenberg, owner of Glazed Creations, said: "The trail provided a fantastic opportunity to celebrate a decade of Glazed Creation’s creative journey.

"We loved watching everyone having fun and it brought excitement to our local community, while also providing us with the opportunity to give something back."

Glazed Creations, in Baldock Street, offers activities including children's birthday parties, adult celebrations, baby hand and foot printing and 'Grownup Glazing' evening workshops.

Customers can also click and collect pottery to paint at home.

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More information about Royston First can be found at, or by following them on social media @Roystonfirst.

The current town trail is the Monster Halloween Trail, which runs until 9am on Wednesday, November 1.

Children aged 11 and under can go on a quest to find the 13 hidden monsters in town centre shops.

Entry forms can be collected from Revolution Records, Kelly's Kitchen, Ladds, Royston Library or Kooky Nohmad, or downloaded from the Royston First website.

Participants are in with a chance to win a Halloween treats hamper from Ladds.