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Tactile, squishy, magical mud. Our clay taster sessions 'Play with Clay' are available 7 days a week and start at £15pp. 
Included in your session:
  • Enough clay to make one small item (coaster, jewellery tray) OR a few hanging decorations. 
  • Storage space for your item whilst it dries ready for firing.
  • ONE firing.
  • Use of all of our hand building tools, clay cutters and library of books in our well equipped studio.
  • Optional use of a single glaze colour per item - this will fire matte but means you do not need to return to paint your items.
Optional extras & Information
  • Glazes and additional firings. You can return a few weeks after you make your items to paint them in our pottery painting studio for an additional minimum charge of £5. This charge covers use of coloured glaze, clear glaze and an additional firing - meaning your final pottery will have a shiny finish. Larger items may be subject to an additional charge to cover costs of additional glaze and kiln space.
  • ​Additional clay can be purchased for a reasonable price during your session should you wish to make a larger item - the limit really is up to you - you can create mugs, plates, vases and lots more during a session!
  • Full tuition. As with our pottery painting, these are self-led sessions. While we are on hand to answer questions and will give you instructions at the start of your session, you will not be taught step-by-step how to make a specific item during this session. There are seasonal workshops available for those seeking full tuition!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Whilst we endeavour to keep your creations safe in our care, cracks and breakages do occur as is the nature of ceramics. We cannot guarantee that your pottery will survive the firing process. While the majority of pottery does survive, this part of the process is completely out of our control.  Even after an apparently successful bisque firing, cracks can sometimes open up during the glaze firing. In these instances we are unable to offer free replacements, this must be considered part of learning the art of ceramics. 


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