Eden Pottery Studio

Kilnshare is an international scheme, designed to help budding potter connect with a kiln owner local to them. Eden offers a range of pottery firing service, from individual pieces to a full kiln loads.  More details of what we offer can be found on our Kilnshare profile here, or email us directly for details and prices at workshops@edentearoom.com


If you’ve had a lesson or two on the wheel but don’t want to comit to the expense of buying your own, why not come and use a wheel in our pottery studio for an hour or two.  Its a chance to practise without paying for tuition fees.  A limited amount of clay is included and we’ll bisc fire anything you’d like to keep, but its more about the process than finished products.  Our pottery teacher will be around, but this is not a lesson.  Contact us to find a suitable date and time to accomodate you, our teacher and the studio availability. Prices are £27 for 1 hour or £50 for 2 hours. 

Open Access

On the first Tuesday of every month, we open up the pottery studio for Open Access 10am -2pm.  This means you can come and use the facilities to make your own handbuilt creations. A limited amount of clay is provided and your work will be bisc fired too.  Glazing may incur an extra charge.  Stay for 1 or 4 hours.  Prices range from £15 for 1 hour to £48 for 4 hours.  Booking is essential as space is limited. This is not a structured lesson, so although our Pottery Teacher will be on hand to assist, no direct teaching is given.  You will need some knowledge of working with clay.

Meet the Eden Pottery Teachers

Vikki works at Eden as a full time Pottery Teacher.  She has a BA (Hons) in Ceramics and over 30 years experience working with clay. Vikki has numerous years experience of teaching ceramics to students of all abilities.  She is a handbuilder and a thrower, teaching all the potters wheel classes and courses at Eden. @victoria_jane_ceramics

Lynne works as a Pottery Teacher as well as in the Gallery.  She specilises in handbuilding workshops and oversees the Paint-a-Pot activities.  Lynne is an experienced teacher with both adults and children, teaching many of the evening and children’s clay workshops. @potsofmagic

Paula is an experienced slipcaster and has a BA (Hons) in Ceramics.  She teaches potters wheel classes and manages the production of ceramics for the Tearoom upstairs. @paularoseceramics

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