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About Us

We offer a range of options for getting creative, including workshops, parties, Pottery at Home kits, and more. 

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Pottery Painting

Painting is the ultimate in mindfulness, with freedom to be as creative as you wish. Our stunning studio is the perfect spot to escape to, and suitable for all. Paint beautiful, functional pieces for your home, thoughtful gifts, or make gorgeous memories with the kids. We even offer grown-ups only events such as Prosecco & Paint which take place on the first Friday evening of every month.


Book ahead to make sure you save a table - we often have a full house at weekends and on school holiday days.


We also offer Pottery at Home kits, which can be ordered online and collected from the studio.

Art & Craft Workshops

We offer regular workshops in a variety of art and craft mediums, taught by our fabulous staff and guest teaching artists.

These include:

  • Sterling silver jewellery making

  • Glass fusing

  • Stoneware glazing

  • Lino printing

  • Oil painting


Feel free to get in touch if there is anything else you would like to see at the studio, and we will see what we can do!



The Pottery is the perfect venue for parties for both kids and adults!

Pottery painting makes an excellent choice for children's parties, keeping kids of all ages entertained, and providing mementos once your pieces are glazed and fired.

For adults, including hen parties, leaving dos, and birthdays, we can put on Prosecco & Paint style evening celebrations - just get in touch to find out more.

Making Memories

Want to remember those tiny fingers and toes always? We offer lots of ways to make memory pieces to gift and keep, including prints on pottery pieces, imprints in clay (pictured), and three-dimensional castings.

These aren't limited to babies either - how about an engagement casting, family plate of handprints, or imprints of your dog's paws?

Get in touch to book your slot with our dedicated baby/pet/grown-up wranglers and capture the moment in clay.

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