Island View Pottery

All year round. Check the website for programme

Take some time out from the hustle and bustle and enjoy the therapeutic effects of creating with clay.

At Island View Pottery, we love nothing better than getting our hands dirty and making things! There are a number of classes and options available but if you are new, the Saturday social workshops might be for you, where you can create your own unique artwork in a fun, friendly atmosphere! Each session has a theme and you are welcome to follow along with, or go your own way and make something completely different. These sessions are perfect for beginners, people returning to clay, or those looking for a fun morning with friends. During the 2 hours you can expect to make something and underglaze it so that it will have colour in the finished item. Your piece will be fired with clear glaze ready for pick up at a later date (3-4 weeks).



For more info visit:

Island View Pottery


39 Island View Road
Western Heights


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