Now that we are able to open again, we have made some changes to our studio to keep everyone safe while we enjoy pottery painting and creating unique and beautiful keepsakes. Please take time to read the information below so that you know what to expect when visit our studio. Thank you.
Customers will be required to wear masks whilst moving around in the studio, except for children aged 11 and under. If you are uncomfortable wearing a mask, please do make use of our take-away offering and paint at home then bring it back for us to glaze and fire. Call 01274 210 270 to book this.
Hand sanitiser is available as you enter the studio and outside the bathroom. Please make use of it in all locations to prevent potential transfer of the virus. Thanks.
We will take your temperature contactlessly on entry, and where possible you will deal only with one member of staff throughout your stay. We have streamlined our service so that we can minimise the contacts and movements around the studio. This includes taking payment at the table at the start of your session.
As a legal requirement to assist the NHS Track and Trace we will be keeping the contact details of the person booking the table for at least 21 days and will pass this information on if requested. Please check in with the QR code displayed in the studio. This could help contain clusters or outbreaks.
In order to simplify things we will no longer be charging a studio fee. The price you see is the price you pay. We are no longer keeping a cash float so please pay by card, contactless if possible. Customers paying by cash please note that that we will not be able to give any change!
We will no longer be providing aprons – you may bring your own, but we find that people do not usually make a mess with the paints, and should you get paint on your clothes, our pottery glazes are all water soluble and wash out easily in a normal wash.
We have removed our stamps and sponges, and our rummage box of free stickers. Stickers of letters are available to buy.
At the end of the session please leave all of your pottery and equipment on the table.