Join us for a weekend course or come along to a Saturday Special to improve your skills.
- March 25 & 26th
- July 29 & 30th
Non-residential – £160
Bed & breakfast – £16 per person per night
(a double room/single room available)
One Day Course
£80 per person
Prices include drinks and hard-work throughout, plus an excellent lunch each day by Pat.
Work Schedule: 9.45 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. (with coffee on tap, and lunch-break)
John says “We want people to come here because they enjoy pots, and that includes making them. Beginners are particularly welcome. You’ll find you can throw a recognisable piece unaided within a week-end never having tried before, and you can make fine inventive slab pieces.”
Our most recent students say “ We have both had a fantastic time, thanks for everything John! And thanks for the fantastic food, Pat. We will be telling all our friends about you.” Jane and David
The weekend allows immersion in the potting processes. You can prepare your own clay, throw, design, turn, handle, make larger slab pieces, decorate with slips… and talk it all over at leisure. John will demonstrate any techniques and be on hand to help you implement them. Of course we can’t fire things that week-end but we can arrange for you to come and glaze another week-end if you want.
Maximum 5 students. If you want to ‘reside’ we can accommodate 3 in 1 – double and 1 – single room. The price includes a help-yourself breakfast and a hot lunch and any ten pieces glazed, fired and finished.
One day course - dates to be advised.
£80 per person, including excellent lunch by Pat. Coffee, tea and hard-work throughout the day.
“Fantastic weekend, great teacher & lovely food. We felt very welcome, nothing too much trouble. Looking forward to having a go at home, it has definitely inspired me. Thank you.” Julie
“I made more progress in two days on the wheel than in three months at night classes … all punctuated by superb food.” Emily
Whatever length of course interests you there will be plenty of hours, constant help on hand, coffee on tap and a good lunch provided. There is a maximum of 5 students on any course to allow plenty of ‘one to one’ tuition.