At Honeybourne Pottery we have an ongoing commitment to our surrounding environment, both in how we operate & the services we provide. We are always seeking new ways to minimise our environmental impact & to recycle or reuse our resources wherever possible.
Almost 100% of our scrap clay is recycled & reused. The plastic packaging from the clay is cleaned & recycled locally. To reduce paper waste our till receipts are electronic. We use predominantly paper bags for customer pot collections & where possible packaging for postage of goods is recyclable or made from re-usable materials. If we need to dispose of any fired ceramics, we do so locally at recycling centres rather than adding to landfill.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I make a booking? Please see our Make A Booking page to book a place on one of our pottery workshops. Should you have any questions please complete the enquiry form opposite. If your numbers are over 10, please contact us using the enquiry form to proceed with your booking.
When are you open? Workshops are run Wednesday - Sunday. The Pottery is closed on Mondays & Tuesdays. You can reach us between the hours of 10am-5pm, Wed-Sun on 07931404761 or if your query is urgent please call 07900208550. Due to the nature of our business, we are often running workshops so it can be difficult for us to answer calls. Please bear with us and we will respond to you asap. Alternatively please message us using the enquiry form opposite.
Do I need to bring anything to the workshop? Aprons and all materials are provided so you do not need to bring anything in particular with you.
We ask that long hair is tied back and rings/watches/bracelets be removed before using the potter’s wheel, so you may prefer to leave these items at home. Possessions are left in entrance area, are entirely at the owners risk.
How To Find Us
We don't have our own car park, however on-street parking is available outside or a short walk from the studio. If you are using a Sat Nav to find us, please check that it routes you to Honeybourne as people often are misdirected to the nearby village of Badsey.