Kids Half Term!

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this February Half Term? Why not come along to one of our great workshops and get messy and creative. We love having children come along to the studio and show us adults how to work with abandonment and embrace ones unique style! Classes are taught by our amazing team of tutors…Kelly Campbell, Elen Bowen and Sarah Symonds.

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Parent & Child Throwing

Come and take some time out and have a giggle on the potters wheel. Here at Cardiff Pottery Workshops one of our aims is to make pottery accessible to all ages and abilities. Spending an hour on the potters wheel learning to throw a bowl is a great way to be creative, get messy and have some fun. The kids love seeing mum, dad, grandparent or guardian having a go too!

Saturday 23rd February 2pm-3pm

£30 per Parent and Child - Book below. ONLY 2 SPACES LEFT!!!


Parent & Child Throwing

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Hand Building - Pet Pots

Alternatively, come and let your child's imagination run wild with our mid-week hand building workshop. What would their ideal pet be? Rabbit ears, unicorn horn, tiger teeth? Well, this workshop encourages children to engage with the wonderful qualities of clay and make their own pet pot. Packet of seeds will be given with every pot on collection.

Wednesday 27th February 10am-12pm

£7.50 per child - Book below.


Pet Pots

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Please note:

  • Working with clay can be very messy. We supply aprons but it is probably best if you come to the classes in clothes and footwear you don't mind getting dirty. No watches or jewellery to be worn and you may want to tie your hair back in preparation.

  • Classes must be paid for in full before attending.

  • No Refunds available.

  • We want you to have the best experience at Cardiff Pottery Workshops and part of that is making sure all participants comply with our health and safety procedures. You must sign a form agreeing to comply with our Health and Safety practice. The company reserves the right to exclude any participant if they consistently fail to meet any of these conditions.