Fancy a go on the wheel? Choose from an afternoon experience or a full day.
Book through the links below.
2 hour Wheel Throwing Class £49
Join me to learn the techniques for how to create a bowl on the wheel. First enjoy a demonstration with a cuppa in your hand then be talked through the techniques step by step as you make your own bowl. Relax and get creative as you free throw your own creation! Pots will be trimmed for you the next day before being bisque fired, then glazed and re fired.
Next class dates for Dates for January and Feb.
Saturday the 7th Jan 1 - 3pm currently 2 seats left
FULL DAY 21st January, currently 0 seats left.
Sat 18th Feb 10 - 12pm 4 seats left.
Sat 4th March. - full day class, full day 4 seats left.
Want to book a different date?
I can do this for a minimum booking of 4 people and I can generally be super flexible about dates, other than Sundays which I save for my family!
Large Groups and Pottery Parties
I can accommodate a group of 8 people at £35 per head for a 2 ( ish… Its easy to run over time) hour pottery session.
This includes demonstration and lesson in how to work the wheel, how to centre and build a pot on the wheel by throwing, a hot cuppa ( and of course some kind of biscuit or cake), and a go at making one pot each. I have 4 wheels, so 4 people watch then the next 4 go. Your pots will be fired twice and glazed in a neutral glaze (normally a satin cream). Pots can be collected or posted on after for extra once ready. This normally takes about 1 month…… I hear you, why so long? They need to dry for a week, then have a bisque fire and then a glaze fire and I only fire my kiln when it is totally full ( we live off grid, so energy consumption is strictly monitored by Mr Whimsy in the Wild!) To book for this then please email me directly.
This is suitable for children only if there is a ratio of 4 children with 4 adults…. Kids need more help and there is potentially dangerous equipment like kilns sharp tools etc, so it would not be suitable for 8 kids on their own, and there is not room for extra bodies than 8 in the room… does that make sense???? Just so you know I am a mother of three and really want kids to learn… it’s just practicalities.