Private Pottery Wheel Class with Wet Clay Building

Learn how to make pottery using a few different techniques!

2.5 hours Class size 1 to 5

label £54 - £110 (£110 per guest when you book for 1 guest, £75 for 2 guests, £63 for 3 guests, £58 for 4 guests, £54 for 5 guests)

Have you always been interested in the beautiful art of making pottery? Whether you're fascinated by The Great Pottery Throwdown or you're looking for the perfect handmade piece for your shelf, this is the London for you!

You'll be welcomed into the beautiful Village Pottery studio in Shepperton by a friendly and supportive teacher who will guide you at every step. These classes are just on request and for you and a small group, so you can be sure there will be plenty of individual focus.

Learn how to throw on the pottery wheel and give wet clay building techniques a try. Over two hours and thirty minutes, you will be introduced to pinching, coiling or slab building. Items you can make include, bowls, pots, plates, mugs or anything that you fancy.

Whatever you create in this pottery class will be fired in the kiln. You can then collect your pieces after this process is done and take your handmade treasures home!

Please note: Public dates for this class require at least 5 guests to run. In the unlikely event that we don't reach this number, we'll cancel the class; in this case we'll inform you and allow you to get a refund or reschedule, so please watch your email/SMS one day prior to the class.

Save £70 when you book with a friend

What you'll get
  • Refreshments.
  • All materials and equipment needed to make various clay pieces to keep.

Please note: you will need to return at a later date to pick up your creations after they have been fired.

St Andrew’s Hall, Upper Halliford Green, Shepperton, TW17 8SD

Private Pottery Wheel Class with Wet Clay Building location
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Village Pottery And Craft Centre
Village Pottery And Craft Centre

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Julie is is an experienced teacher and has been running classes for over 5 years covering wet clay building methods, throwing on the wheel and a wide range of glazing techniques. She is passionate about her pottery and loves the opportunity to share her enthusiasm and personality with everyone.

The idea for a community based pottery studio has come about through her passion for pottery and crafting, originating as a hobby but now evolving into a local business. She was fortunate to have the opportunity to purchase Halliford Village Pottery in 2017, which was an established pottery and ceramics studio at Grange Farm, Shepperton, although with limited sessions and customers. Since then she have invested in upgrading the facilities, services and opening times and after five years has now moved to her own premises. The studio has a wonderful, peaceful atmosphere and this creates a lovely environment for creativity and relaxation.

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