Throwing on Potter’s Wheel

From: £57.00 inc. VAT

Try throwing on a potters wheel! At this 2,5 hour intensive  throwing session you will be guided through the fundamentals centering, lifting, trimming and slip decoration. 

Suitable for all levels, no prior knowledge of pottery is required to attend this class. The class is ideal for beginners or for those who would like to improve their throwing skills.

Our throwing workshops are small, so we are able to give you dedicated support and full access to the equipment while you learn.

The class is run in a group of 5 people maximum.

All clay and a firing are included in workshop price.

The workshop running time is 10:30 – 1:00pm on Sundays and 2-4:30pm on Saturdays.


All clay and a firing are included in workshop price.

The fired pots will be ready for collection in 3-4 weeks. Please note the pots will be unglazed. If you would like to glaze your pots you can attend one of our regular glazing workshops.

Clothing: specialist throwing aprons are provided for the workshop.

Please be aware that ceramics workshop environment can be dangerous for babies, children and pets, and we cannot accommodate their presence in the workshop.

The workshops we run are for adults, young people under 18-years old attendees need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Be aware: long nails can be uncomfortable for throwing on potter’s wheel.

Latecomers will be refused admission, please make sure you arrive to the workshop in time for the start of the session.

Pot collection hours

Event Specific Terms and Conditions: The fee is NOT refundable unless the workshop is cancelled by Ceramics Studio Co-op. Ceramics Studio Co-op reserves the right to refuse admission to its classes without prior notice to the participant. Ceramics Studio Co-op reserves the right to substitute the teacher advertised without prior notice to the participant. Ceramics Studio Co-op will use your information for administration purposes and customer services. We will pass your information to our service providers for these purposes and may also keep our information for a reasonable period for administrative and record keeping purposes. As part of the UK legislation, there are certain requirements under the Data Protection Act 1998 to which Companies must adhere. The Data Protection legislation is there to protect you against any misuse of your personal information. It also gives you the right to know how we use your information and to whom it is disclosed.