Honeybourne Pottery is a family run business run by ceramic artists Alan & Annabel Cusack. Our friendly studio offers an exciting range of pottery workshops for individuals, families and large groups. Everyone is welcome, from complete beginner to experienced potter. Children and adults of all ages can join in the fun and achieve amazing results!

Located on the edge of the North Cotswolds in the pretty village of Honeybourne, the studio and natural surroundings are ideal for inspiring creativity. As well as offering high quality pottery experiences, we also produce a collection of hand-crafted ceramics available to buy at the studio.


download (2).jpg

 we're hiring!

We’ve partnered with Creative Alliance to offer an exciting job opportunity as a Community Arts Apprentice!

We are looking for a passionate and driven individual to join our hard working team at Honeybourne Pottery. You will learn everything about the day-to-day running of a small creative enterprise; from assisting with workshops, to firing and glazing of pots to general office administration. Full on the job training on all basic pottery techniques will be given, with strong focus on the potter's wheel. One year apprenticeship, 30 hours per week Wednesday-Sunday. Apply here



"I'm not sure if there is anywhere else you can get such a unique and memorable experience that is so affordable. Only when you hop off the hamster wheel and onto the potter's wheel can you embrace the escapism and lose yourself as you peer into your own creation in the making; sometimes its beautiful-sometimes its a disaster but each time its a joy and the smile never fades throughout. There is something quite therapeutic working with the earthiness of clay at the same time as forgetting the world around you - thank you for a most wonderful experience- we will be back."  Mark

“Just wanted to thank you for a great morning on Saturday, the girls thoroughly enjoyed themselves. You were both so patient and supportive of their creative efforts. We all had a lovely time and I look forward to seeing the end products in a few weeks time.”