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This single 2-hour taster class will give you an introduction to what it’s like to learn to use the pottery wheel.
Come, try your hand!
It’s a perfect after work activity for an early Friday evening. Why not book a friend too and have some fun together? You’ll be surprised that most people can learn the basics of how to make quite respectable small pots even if they’ve never done it before. The content will give you a great introduction to clay, using a pottery wheel and to our studio. Participants can choose to keep two pieces for us to glaze and fire to be collected a few weeks later.
Repeated most Fridays throughout the year: forthcoming dates usually open a month in advance. Watch the left of this page for the next dates!
Optional: At the end of the class you can choose two pieces and we will glaze and fire them, included in the fee. You will be notified when to collect them, usually a few weeks later. Disclaimer: please note that due to the nature of clay and firing, occasionally a piece won’t make it through the kiln.
- After choosing a date on the left of this page you will be re-directed to another booking page where you will need to choose the date again. Please double-check your chosen date is correct on the second page!
- Bookings are a commitment to attend. If you are ill or cannot attend for any reason we can only transfer your booking to another date if we can find a replacement for you or if we have future vacant spots a day before a class is scheduled. Obviously this can take some time administratively so please understand there are no exceptions to these terms and your payment could be forfeited.