Get familiar with the potter's wheel in this fun pottery class - discover what it's like to have a go at throwing! This experience is suitable for complete beginners (ages 8+) - channel your creativity, meet like-minded people and get your pottery skills in good shape!
What to expect:
At the end of this experience, choose your best pot(s) to take away on the day - they can be left to airdry at home and painted if you wish. Proudly display yours in your home or gift your pretty pot to a friend or family!
Age restrictions: 8+
|Adult (per person)||£58|
|Child (Ages 8 and over)||£58|
Honeybourne Pottery is a family business, run by potters Alan and Annabel Cusack. They live and work in the beautiful countryside bordering the North Cotswolds. Alan and Annabel create functional hand-crafted tableware. They specialise in wheel-thrown and slab-built pieces.
When they're not busy making their own designs, they teach classes for individuals, families and groups. This host welcomes people of all abilities - from complete beginners to those more experienced.
Settle into their tranquil studio and find a calm space away from the stresses of the outside world. This is a place where people can escape for a few mindful hours, learning about the beauty of clay. Workshops range from one-off potter’s wheel taster sessions to longer courses, spanning 10-week terms.
If you're interested in organising a private group class - for work or for fun - please get in touch. This host offers bespoke bookings for groups such as hens and stag parties, corporate team-building workshops, birthday parties, schools and social groups. They look forward to welcoming you to their studio!
Alan and Annabel are the owners of Honeybourne Pottery. They design and make all their tableware from their studio in Honeybourne, surrounded by the beautiful North Cotswolds countryside.
Their work is refined yet still has a natural, relaxed feel. Alan and Annabel specialise in stoneware clay pottery. Each piece is made from start to finish entirely by hand and embraces the slower pace of this age-old craft.
Ask your question directly to Honeybourne Pottery.