Although h would have regular visitors at Brier Hey, David White still spent many hours working in the pottery alone – that’s why music was so important to him. It was not only a further outlet for his creative energies, but also an opportunity to enjoy socialising with people and to play his Hammered Dulcimer. Many of those musicians became firm friends over the years and very much part of David’s life.

“David brought a lot socially wherever he went, intense, interested in everything and impassioned. He’d lived such a varied and colourful life it was interesting. Socially and musically he added a lot to our group. He never stopped talking – because he was isolated much of the time in his pottery – music and social commentary, he was never short of an opinion on anything.”
David’s friend Ian Lord