Potter Finds Trumps With A Ceramic Bowl For The Kernow Guide Dog Puppy

Following a call for a custom ceramic dog bowl to be made for Guide Dog Puppy Kernow, Michael Miller of Trezaise Pottery, Nr Roche found assets and made three custom ceramic food bowls for free.

Dave Saunby, organizer of the Martin Jennings Memorial Motorcycle Run for the past 34 years, and raised nearly £11,500 to sponsor a guide dog for the blind, the charity chosen for last year’s race , said he was truly grateful to Michael for offering his services. to make the food bowls for Kernow.

Michael Miller in his pottery studio at Trezaise holding the Kernow Bowl

The bowls will be presented to Kernow and his puppy breeder/walker, when Dave first meets Kernow on Wednesday April 27 at the National Trust’s Cotehele Mill property near Saltash by the River Tamar.

This will be the first time Kernow’s paw has set foot on Cornish soil, as he currently lives in Devon with his pup raiser, having been sponsored by bikers and Cornwall locals.

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Dave said: “I think meeting Kernow is going to be a very emotional day and I will most likely want to take him home with me.”

The images show Michael Miller in his pottery studio in Trezaise, and guide dog Puppy Kernow.