Crafty folk can paint their own pottery and kick back with a cuppa at a colourful new ceramic café business which has opened in Whittlesey.
Rainbow Crazy has opened its doors in Market Place and is already going down a storm with people of all ages.
The cafe is owned and run by 62-year-old Ann Jones, from Murrow, who wanted to try something new after retiring from working at Whitemoor Prison in March.
She said: “I retired three years ago and I was bored. I went to a similar cafe in Huntingdon and thought it was a great idea.
“There’s also nothing else like it round here and people always say there’s nothing for the kids to do, so I thought I’d give it a whirl. It’s going really well so far.”
The cafe, which is proving particularly popular with children, sees people choose a piece of pottery to paint, from animals and clocks to plates and mugs, before it is glazed and fired in the studio ready to take home a few days later.
Miss Jones said youngsters can also do foot and handprints on pieces to make special gifts.
Next month a special Halloween event is planned and there are also plans for adult evenings starting in November.
For more information visit: www.rainbowcrazy.co.uk