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Saturday 4th November  - Workshop - Teens Only

Saturday 4th November - Workshop - Teens Only


Saturday 4th November 2023  2-5pm (3 hours) - Teen Christmas present making.


This workshop is for teenagers to come and make Christmas presents for someone special. They may choose to make simple, personalised decorations for the tree (or lovely little gifts), or to make a bigger project to give as a gift. 


All items will be fired, glazed and ready to collect from the studio in early December.


This course is aimed at beginners. Maximum of 6 students. The cost of the materials is included in the course cost. 



  • Cancellation Policy

    Places can be cancelled up to 30 days before the course date with a full refund. Cancellations after this date are non-refundable, but places can be transferred to a future date, provided more than four weeks notice is given and that there is a future space available. All cancellations should be made by email to 

  • Useful Information Before Your Course

    The Pottery Process

    We make things out of wet clay. Our pieces then need 5-14 days to dry properly (depending on size, thickness, weather, etc.). After that, they are bisque fired to approx. 1000 degrees Celcius, which takes a few days. The pieces are then glazed and fired again, to approx. 1220 degrees Celcius, taking another couple of days. Pieces will be ready for collection approximately 3-4 weeks after making, and you will receive an email to tell you they are ready to collect.


    There is free parking available at The Chocolate Quarter, in the short stay visitor parking, which is around the back of the building, in the purple bays. If staying longer than two hours, you need to input your car registration number in the tablet on the reception desk, in order to avoid a parking fine. Scarab Pots is not liable for any parking fine issued due to incorrect use of parking system.


    Aprons will be provided in the studio. You may wish to wear clothing that doesn't mind getting a bit messy!


    Long / fancy nails and pottery are not a great mix! You may find it easier if you trim your nails before attending (or you'll be battling gouges / nail marks in the clay). 

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