The British Polymer Clay Guild is run by a voluntary committee of people dedicated to the world of polymer clay and its promotion. They happily give up their spare time to manage branches, put new members in touch with each other and organise events, newsletters and promote polymer clay as an art medium.
New committee members are always welcome and you do not need to be a professional artist to have a say in the running of the Guild.
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Lisa has been a member of the BPCG since 2011 and took over as chair in November 2018. Polymer is her passion and her job and she is very fortunate to have a wonderful teaching studio in Kidderminster for all ages running workshops and several groups as well as the kidderminster branch of the BPCG.
Secretary & Video Library
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Lizzi joined BPCG in 2013 after rediscovering her childhood passion for polymer clay by making buttons for her children's handmade clothes. She soon ditched the crochet hooks to make her now popular "Peace Pebbles™". She lives in South Northamptonshire.
Cara Jane Hayman
Cara Jane has been creating with polymer clay since she was a child but it took over her life around 2010. She has been teaching polymer clay for the last seven years both in the UK and Europe. Cara Jane is the organiser of the popular annual Polymania event held in Bristol where she lives and is the creative ambassador for Kato Polyclay Europe in the UK.
Ange has been a BPCG member since 2001. She enjoys making jewellery and miniatures. She helped set up and runs both the Midlands and South Midlands branches. She lives in Northampton.
Group Liaison Officer
Rosie's two favourite pastimes are making things and buying craft supplies! She discovered polymer clay after learning about this versatile material on a popular TV craft show. After bumping into YouTube vlogger "Unruly Housewife" AKA Valerie Evans, they work together to run the BPCG North-West branch.
Debbie is a truly crafty person. She loves to try any medium and you may have followed her demonstrations on TV craft shopping channels. Trained as an interior designer, her love of pattern and design attracted her to polymer clay to create designs she could wear and share.
As well as being the liaison office Enid is also the leader of the Anglian Polymer Clay Guild in Norfolk. She makes jewellery; working not only with polymer clay, but also with silver clay and sterling silver wire and is a qualified Art Clay instructor, teaching and demonstrating a little, but mainly working on commission.
Debby was drawn to polymer clay through jewellery-making. She joined the BPCG in 2017 and set up the Surry/Hampshire border branch and runs small workshops.
Jen has been working with clay since 2015 with sculpture being her main interest, but she can be found making objects like notebooks and pens, plus the odd bit of jewellery. She is the branch leader for Manchester.
In Loving Memory
BPCG Member 2008-2019
Allan showed great dedication to his craft and commitment to the Guild. He was a much-loved member of the committee. He attended the Litchfield branch and regularly demonstrated his fine miniaturist skills. He organised the BPCG exhibitions and never missed one.
He will be sadly missed.