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How It Works

We don't charge a studio fee, so you don't have to try doing sums when you should be having fun!  Pottery items prices range between £5 to £25 each. Our stock is always changing, so we don't have a standard price list, but if you have anything specific in mind just contact us and we can let you know what we have an how much it will cost!

When you combine for your visit you just:   

  1. Pick your pot (we have a large range of pottery, so take your time!) and grab a seat

  2. Have a read of the instruction sheet (with helpful hints & tips) while we set you up with equipment 

  3. Once you're settled someone be over to grab your drinks / snack order, we have barista style coffee, tea and cold drinks along with some tasty treats to keep you going while you paint

  4. Get creating and remember staff are on hand to help if you need anything

  5. Finished? Pop your pot up to the counter and we will take your details and payment

  6. We'll glaze and fire your pot and it will be ready to collect within 7 days (if you need it sooner let us know, if you are not going to be around to collect we can arrange postage at cost)

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Although the studio can seat up to 24 people, we would advise booking at weekends and holidays to avoid disappointment.


Click here to book.

During busy times we will sometimes limit sessions to two hours, which should be plenty of time and aims to make sure no one misses out on the fun!  Don't worry if you aren't able to finish within 2 hours, you are welcome to come back on another day for a small fee and finish your piece.  Due to limited storage space in the shop items not picked up within 3 months will be disposed of.

We do serve a selection of teas, barista coffees and cold drinks, we also sell nibbles and sweets for when you are painting. However, sticky and salty fingers do interfere with the glazing process and can result in your painted item being less than perfect (we do have a bathroom you can use to wash your hands). 

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