Block of 6 supported sessions

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Block of 6 supported sessions
Block of 6 supported sessions
Block of 6 supported sessions


These sessions are available to people who have previously attended our 6 wk courses or with previous handbuilding experience elsewhere . You must be able to plan and work on your own projects, with a technician or teacher on hand for support. These are not taught classes. Full use of the studio, plus decorating products and glazes are available. You will have access to a wall mounted clay extruder and a large slab roller. Please contact us before booking to show that you meet the requirements.



  • Delivered In-Person

  • Advanced level

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you have disabled access?

    Unfortunately due to the age and nature of the building, we sadly cannot provide disabled access . People with very limited mobility may find difficulty in accessing the studio and toilet due to small steps and low doorways. 

    If you’d like us to bring a pottery class to your group / venue , get in touch as we can offer this where dates are available in the studio diary. 

  • Is the studio warm if it’s a converted farm building?

    Yes, the studio is cosy warm all through the colder months, and fairly cool on hotter days. The space has been purposely designed with great insulation, double glazing and is centrally heated with radiators. 

  • Do you provide clay?

    Yes, you can buy white or buff clay from us. We must insist that any clay brought into the studio be approved by us to check that it fits with our kiln firing temperature. 

  • Do you have all the tools I will need?

    The studio is equipped with everything you may need for handbuilding with clay. We have a large slab roller, wall extruder plus tools of all types. 

  • Do you supply Glaze?

    As we are a handbuilding studio we supply lots of products to help you get to grips with surface decoration. We have a wide variety of underglazes plus an array of colours of our in house coloured slips. There are two large dipping buckets of transparent glaze suitable for temps for Earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. We also supply a large range of brush on glazes all suitable for ceramic art/ handbuilt work. 

    We do not offer a range of coloured bucket glazes as our focus is on surface design. 

    We encourage you to explore different surface techniques as all our teachers are ceramic Artists specialising in handbuilding. 

    Any products brought into the studio by you must be approved for suitability for our clay and kiln firing temps. 

  • Do you have internet access?

    Although the studio is in a converted farm building, we are able to offer you connection to wifi. We also have Alexa for you to put music on etc. 

  • Is the studio dusty?

    The Studio is kept absolutely free from dust. We use a wet vac cleaning routine plus we have a dehumidifier/ air purifier Running at all times. 

    In accordance with Health and Safety in the studio , our risk asssesment is available and updated regulary. All hazards associated with clay and other materials are addressed and mitigated. 

  • How many people are in the session

    We have max 6 people in the session - plus a teacher or technician on hand to support you. 

  • Can I take work home to finish

    We would be delighted if you wanted to take work home to carry on with a project outside the studio. 

  • Can I make large projects

    Yes, absolutel you can create anything that will fit in our kilns. However, an extra charge will apply if you require an individual sole firing. 


Limetree Ln, WA16 6NU, United Kingdom, Knutsford

About Endfield Farm Pottery

Endfield Farm Pottery
Endfield Farm Pottery
A private, Artist owned, peaceful and creative space on our farm in the Cheshire countryside. Offering Pottery classes, Ceramic Art Workshops and Mindfulness with Clay sessions ( Pottery for Health and well-being ) plus Aternative Firing such as Raku and saggar firing. We also provide fully equipped studio space for supported sessions. This enables those with previous handbuilding experiece to work independently on their own projects with a teacher on hand for  technical / glazing advice / support. 

Our studio can be hired for running your own ceramics / Art/  Craft Workshops. We can also arrange private individual/ group bookings.  The purposefully designed space is within a converted farm building . It’s comfortable, warm and cosy , with central heating, Alexa and wifi, with a nurturing and creative atmosphere. There is an outdoor eating area covered with a mini marquee in the summer. 

 Endfield Farm Pottery is located on our 50 acre working farm, near to the picturesque village of Lymm and the Historic Market towns of Warrington, Altrincham and Knutsford, Cheshire, with easy access from the M6 and M56 motorway networks. approx 14 miles from Manchester centre. 

The Pottery is situated in a converted outbuilding. Formerly known as the “mixing parlour” which was used for storing and mixing animal feed.
** please note, due to the age and nature of the building , we sadly cannot facilitate wheel chair users. Due to small steps, people with limited mobility may find difficulty accessing the studio / toilet. 
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Covid-19 Notice

Due to the age and nature of the converted farm building in which the studio resides, we sadly cannot facilitate wheel chair users. People with limited mobility may find difficulty in accessing the studio and toilet due to small steps / low doorways.