February Pottery Evening at China Blue

Pot throw

Event Date:

23rd February


China Blue are taking bookings for their February Pottery Evening.

The class will include hand building and pot throwing.  You can return to paint the items once they’ve been fired.

February event is on Wednesday 23rd

Timing:  5pm – 8pm

We have 8 spaces.  Booking will be on a first come, first served basis.  The session costs £45 and a 50% deposit is required at the time of booking.

Phone us to reserve a space on 01803 860905

Free onsite parking available

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February Pottery Evening at China Blue

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