The Harley Pottery Studio

Paint a pot in The Harley Pottery Studio

 

We are delighted to be open for Pottery Painting and Open Access sessions.

Additional safety measures are in place. This includes limiting the number of participants and asking you to pre-book your place before attending a class. We have socially distanced workstations, sanitised tools and equipment, and shorter sessions.

About the pottery studio

The Harley Pottery Studio provides pottery and ceramics classes; from a child’s first try at pottery throwing, to open access sessions (with firing) for established ceramicists.

Keep an eye on our events listings for full details of our events, including sessions for painting pottery, and tutored ceramics classes.

If you’re looking for an unusual gift idea, Pottery Studio vouchers can be purchased from The Harley Shop.

The Harley Pottery Studio was set up following a generous donation of equipment and funding from Nottinghamshire County Council.  It is managed by Potter and Tutor Lynne Staniland.

It has a full range of ceramics facilities, including two kilns and six potter’s wheels.

The spacious workshop is located in The Harley Studios, within Welbeck’s Victorian Kitchen Garden. The Pottery Studio is in The Harley Foundation’s ‘East Workshops’ which were designed by architect John Outram and were inspired by the historic Pineapple Pits.

How to get here

Planning a visit? The studio has designated parking. You will be given directions when you book your place. Please note that it is no longer possible to walk to the studio from the main car park.