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Term classes are 4-8 wks , held four times a year. We cater for both new and experienced potters. Join a class to have a great time learning new skills, meet people and create wonderful pottery pieces in a warm and supportive class.

Term Pottery Classes


Book a fun and enjoyable ceramic team building workshop for your staff . Our workshops are usually 2.5 hours and everyone makes a ceramic piece to keep which is then glazed and fired.

Corporate and Team Building Workshops


Workshops are led by professional, ceramic artists & master potters and are designed to teach you new and innovative skills such as sculptural ceramics, Raku firing, advanced throwing techniques, surface decorations, glazing etc.

Masterclasses and Weekend Workshops


Fun activities for
5 to 8 year olds + 9 + year olds
Workshops are led by professional ceramic artists & trained teachers. These theme based activities are loads of fun and students receive a finished piece that can be picked up from the studio after firing.

Workshops for Children


Themed activities that are ideal for festivals and community engagement events.

Sessions designed to your special requirements.

The Clay Cart

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