10 Week Pottery Courses – Covid 19 Update

A picture of Andy using the pottery wheel

First of all, I’d like to wish everyone a happy and prosperous new year. It’s bound to be a better one than last!

Now the news:
given the current Tier 4 restrictions, in place until at least 18th January, I have taken the decision to postpone the start of the next 10 week block of classes until the week beginning 25th January.

This may have to be reviewed again, depending on developments with the virus and government restrictions and I will post updates on any further changes.

If anyone feels the new dates to be unsuitable, I am happy to offer refunds of any course fees paid.

Please contact me if that should be the case.

Meantime, I will be giving the studio a seriously deep clean and completing the firing of unfinished works.

I have several projects and commissions to complete and will apply myself to those in the coming days and weeks.

I’d like to thank everyone who has supported the Pottery through its first year of operation. We have managed to get through 2020 despite it all and sales of my own work have been both impressive and flattering.

The Farmers Market at Crops in Pots has been a fantastic development and we will continue to take part in that in 2021; many thanks to all at Traditionally Twisted Events.

Please continue to support local producers and makers as we all work to keep our businesses alive through this most difficult time.



I hope everyone is safe and well and look forward to getting courses up and running again as soon as is possible.