Pottery Experiences

Eastnor Pottery for indivduals


Groups of people at Eastnor Pottery


Children Pottery Workshops and Parties

Kids and Young People

Families at Eastnor Pottery


Eastnor Pottery and The Flying Potter

Remarkable clay and pottery experiences designed to explore and develop creativity in all ages and abilities

We’re well chuffed to receive our ‘Good To Go’ certificate from Visit England. This verifies we have met Government guidelines set out to make your visit to Eastnor Pottery a reassuring and enjoyable one.

  • Collecting fired work

    If you have opted to collect your fired pots from the pottery, please contact us to arrange a specific date and time for you to visit. The pots will be left for you in a safe place outside to minimise contact.

  • See you soon!

    We are so looking forward to welcoming you back to the Pottery!

    Love Jon & Sarah xx

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Gift Vouchers make great presents – Pottery Vouchers from £20 – £280

Eastnor Pottery Opening Hours

The office is open Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 4pm

1.5 hr Intro to the Potter’s Wheel classes take place Thursday – Saturday at 9.30am, 11.30am and 2.00pm

Weekend 1 day and 2 day courses are from 10am – 4pm

Large group sessions and Potter’s Wheel Experiences can be booked by arrangement

Sundays and evenings are available for larger groups if required

Please remember to book before visiting us!

Link to: Clay ModellingLink to: Potter's Wheel IntroductionLink to: Potter's Wheel CoursesLink to: Birthdays & Special OccasionsLink to: Hen Parties
Link to: Away DaysLink to: Team BuildingLink to: SchoolsLink to: Booking EnquiryLink to: Vouchers

Eastnor Pottery

Eastnor Pottery is located within the magnificent Herefordshire Country Estate of Eastnor Castle, surrounded by the Malvern Hills. Great walks and dramatic scenery make this the ideal place to spend a creative break.

Potting with Clay

Clay is a fantastic medium. It’s a natural material, universally inclusive and reacts to the touch, no matter how slight the intervention. Everybody can do it – everybody achieves.

The Flying Potter

Unable to visit us? The Flying Potter can deliver the Eastnor Pottery experience in a venue of your choice.

Who are we?

Eastnor Pottery was established by ceramic artists Jon Williams and Sarah Monk in 1994.

Connect with Eastnor Pottery

textile artist katie glover degree show pieces 2020

Katie's graduation

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This time last year we were entering a phase of extreme busyness with classes, workshops and pottery events taking place not only here at the Pottery but out in the wider community. Eastnor Pottery and the Flying Potter could be found in two…
kick wheel at eastnor pottery and the flying potter

Alfresco pottery classes

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  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Eastnor Pottery (@eastnorpottery) on Jun 15, 2020 at 4:19am PDT We are blessed with lots of outside space…
ex eastnor pottery apprentice ethan powell

Well done Ethan!

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Congratulations to Ethan, our first ever Community Arts Apprentice who's just graduated in Ceramics from Cardiff School of Art & Design. Not only that, he was also presented with the Alun Barratt-Danes Technical Excellence Award for…