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POTTERY PAINTING

Our prices are a £5 studio fee per painter + the price of your chosen piece of pottery on the day. Our prices range from £10 - £35+ with the majority between £18-25. Our seating times are at 10:00am, 12:30pm, and 03:00pm.

You will pay your £5 per person studio fee when booking your table and will act as a deposit.

Please read terms and conditions and FAQ sections before booking in when you book in you are agreeing that you have read over this page. 

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How Does It Work? 

1) Choose your piece of Pottery

We have a selection of pottery that has been chosen with the thought of sustainability in mind. These pieces will be timeless designed so you can love them for a life time! 

2) Paint your pot

Your studio assistant will give you a demonstration of how to make the most of your paints as well as plenty of tips and tricks! 

3) Glaze and Fire

After your 2 hour session you will leave your pots with us and we will glaze and fire them for you so they are fully function pieces! They will be ready to collect 2 weeks later. 

We always provide you with tap water on your visit but we encourage you to support our fabulous neighbours for hot drinks or bring your own coffee/tea/drinks. 

Here are a few of our wonderful neighbours that sell amazing coffee; 

Press House 10 - 3pm/ Sun11- 3

Helen of Troy 10- 5

Sacred Grounds 9-3/Sunday 10-3

Glorious Art House 10-5

Crank House 8-4pm/ Sun closed

Please read our FAQs + T&C's page for full terms and conditions

IF YOU ARE ENQUIRING ON THE DAY YOU WISH TO ATTEND PLEASE GIVE US A CALL instead of booking online.

 

IF YOU ARE BOOKING FOR A GROUP OF 6 or MORE PLEASE EMAIL/CALL US OR USE THE CONTACT FORM before making booking. 

GLAZING AND FIRING

We try our best to ensure that the creative journey you take with us is fun and enjoyable. The final part of the journey involves the glazing and firing of your pottery. Sadly this is not an exact science and the kiln is sometimes unpredictable. While we strive for perfection it doesn’t happen all the time, particularly as these are hand-produced crafts.
Glaze spotting can occur as well as things like brick dust on the items. Please be aware that although we try to control for these events it is not always possible. It can be the charm but also the frustration of working with ceramics. Sometimes, if we feel it is safe to do so, we will re-fire the pottery to try to fix glazing issues. In the unlikely event of your pottery breaking or cracking in the kiln we will of course offer compensation by way of a replacement voucher.

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