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We get to collaborate and promote our courses and classes with some wonderful partners, none more so than Wonderdays.

A few weeks back, they sent Ollie the videographer to capture some of the magic of our Introduction To The Potter’s Wheel

Ollie was charming and totally ‘got’ the Pottery and all we strive to achieve with our creative business.

We cant wait to see what he does with the moving images and photographs he took. Think the results are heading for YouTube? – Watch this space!

the great pottery throwdown 2022 logo

the great pottery throwdown 2022 logo
The Great Pottery Throw Down makes a welcome return to Channel 4 at 7.45 pm on Sunday 7th January 2024. Hurrah!

In the past, the airing of the program heralds a surge of public interest in pottery, many of whom are inspired to visit us to make a pot on the potter’s wheel for the very first time.

Here are a few more reasons why so many newbie potters are beating a path to our door.

The potter’s wheel is very mindful. To craft a ‘good pot,’ one must focus entirely on the task at hand, leaving little room for distraction. When you are sat at the wheel, the hustle and bustle of daily life fade away, replaced by a sense of well-being and relaxation.

Under proper guidance, throwing a pot is a skill easily acquired in a relative short period. We offer a 90-minute Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel Class, maintaining its the perfect amount of time for participants to grasp the basics.

7 pottery students pose for a group photo having just completed a weekend potter's wheel course

Engaging in an activity with others often enhances the overall enjoyment. We currently host up to x14 participants at a time on our Intro Class, enabling individuals and couples to bond over the creative process. Sometimes these sessions take on a party vibe, everybody sharing the experience and creating lasting connections.

group of pottery experience participants standing by their potter's wheels proudly showing off the clay pots they have made

The ‘first time’ is always memorable, and physically crafting something with your own hands reinforces that memory. The sense of accomplishment derived from fashioning your own pot, flaws and all, is undeniable. We create so many happy memories for our customers.

young woman laughing and enjoying a pottery class at eastnor pottery

Above all, working with the potter’s wheel is an incredibly fun thing to do. Few things are as amusing as witnessing a friend or loved one grapple with a lump of wet, spinning mud! The resounding laughter at our studio on a busy Saturday is truly life-affirming.

If you’re interested in experiencing the joys of throwing clay on the potter’s wheel, please consider our popular Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel Class. For a more immersive experience, our weekend and one-day Potter’s Wheel Courses might be just what you’re looking for.

Catch previous episodes of  The Great Pottery Throw Down Series 7 Episode 1 is broadcast  7:45 pm Sunday 7th January 2024 on Channel 4.



happy potters wheel weekend course participant at eastnor pottery

Do you have a partner, best friend or relative who would just love to make a pot on the potter’s wheel? Or do you have a loved one who’s totally smitten with The Great Pottery Throw Down? Well, here’s a great opportunity to scratch that particular pottery itch!

Purchase an Eastnor Pottery Gift Voucher as a Christmas present, any amount – you choose, and the lucky recipient will be able to redeem it against any one of our fantastic potter’s wheel experiences.

Our extremely popular Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel Class starts at just £49 pp.🤗…or for a totally immersive and relaxing experience, splash out on a full Potter’s Wheel extravaganza £150 for the day or £280 for the weekend.

Vouchers are valid for 12 months and we have scheduled classes and courses peppered throughout the calendar so the fortunate recipient will be able to take to the wheel at any time of year.

Purchase Experience vouchers right now, direct from our website.

Experience the potter's wheel vouchers

young woman laughing and enjoying a pottery class at eastnor pottery

A couple of our fave customer photographs of recent times. We think they beautifully convey the vibe we strive to achieve on our Pottery Courses and short Classes here at Eastnor Pottery and the Flying Potter. :)

young woman laughing and enjoying a pottery class at eastnor potteryA man laughing and enjoying his pottery course at eastnor pottery with a freshly thrown clay jug in front of him

father and son sat on the potter's wheels at eastnor pottery dressed in black bin bags to protect their clothes from clay splats

father and son sat on the potter's wheels at eastnor pottery dressed in black bin bags to protect their clothes from clay splatsSay hello to the Bin Bag Boyz!

These two have visited every year since 2019 (except 2020) always up for a giggle and always dressed the same! :D

We love the variety of aprons and protective clothing people wear when they undertake an Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel Class...What will you wear!?