We are delighted to have reopened the studio and are busy preparing the space in order to make pottery classes as safe as possible. Our commitment is to provide a safe environment for staff, teachers and students. We have introduced a whole host of stringent health and safety measures. Most notably reducing capacity by 50% with a new maximum of 5 students per class. Pottery wheels are now placed 2 meters apart allowing for social distancing. Covid-19 pottery class information Our commitment: Your teacher will wear a mask Maximum 5 students per class Each student will have their own work station away from others, gloves will be provided if needed. Pottery wheels have been placed 2 meters apart Hand-sanitiser...
Following government recommendations regarding the Covid-19 outbreak, the studio is now closed for all pottery classes. The safety of students, teachers and staff is my top priority. I have already postponed classes for March-May and have contacted all affected students. If my email hasn't reached you then please check your spam folder or get in touch. I promise to keep you all updated pending further developments and I appreciate your patience and understanding. Once it is safe for pottery classes to resume, priority booking will be given to those students who have had classes postponed. Sign up to the mailing list to find out when pottery classes reopen fully. Gift vouchers are still available.
We have suspended all classes for March - April 2020 and are closely monitoring the situation. We have closed the studio and will be keeping any uncollected student pottery until we can reopen again. We have emailed 400+ students to rearrange classes and appreciate your patience whilst we navigate this uncertain time.
I will be back at the Independent Ceramics Market with lots of new tableware and ceramic pots. Please see details below: Saturday 3rd Sunday 4th March Abney Hall. 73a Church Street,Stoke Newington, London, N16 8BH 11am – 6pm