Pottery for beginners
Face to Face Recovery College Courses (18+)
This short course will teach basic skills in working with clay, coiling skills and also simple decoration skills.
Equipment will be provided, however students need to be aware they will get their clothing dirty due to the nature of the course. It is recommended to bring an apron and wear clothing that they are comfortable to get clay and glaze on.
Due to firing and glazing processes, your finished product will not be available to collect until a number of weeks after the end of date the course.
Please be aware that, due to the need to share equipment, this course will be unable to go ahead until we are safe to do so.
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