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Sadly all classes and private sessions have been postponed due to the coronavirus.


Play with clay at home!

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Apologies - Hey Clay! has been cancelled this year due to the Coronavirus

(16 & 17 May, 2020)

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Hannah Barnes, Sophie'sHen Party

Something for everyone...

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Had an amazing time here for my sister’s hen do. Helen was absolutely brilliant! Highly recommend for people of all ages. I will definitely be returning in the future with my daughters. Thank you so much Helen.

Nathalie Whyte, Book in Session

Great for all ages...

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I can't recommend peak potters and helen enough! Great, creative session and all of us loved it! The adults, the boys and the girls, all of us different ages and we'll be back very soon!! Thank you again helen! X

Sarah Tugwell, Paint-A-Pot Session

Family time...

When you can sit next to your child and

What an amazing experience with my Son today. We did paint a pot class and my Son has talked about nothing else since... Helen the owner was friendly, very welcoming and great at explaining what we were doing and was great with any questions we had.

Rachel Swindells, Birthday Party

Something different...

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Thank you so much for a brilliant party today! My daughter had a great time and I’ve had lovely feedback from all her friends. The children were so immersed in the pottery and painting and the location is magical. We will be coming back soon X

A Labour of Love

We have spent the last 12 years working on the old mill at Cadster in Whaley Bridge to create our home and workshop on the edge of the Peak District.
Please consider supporting our small business through the Covid19 pandemic by making bookings for next year, or by purchasing pottery session vouchers.
The drop-down menu above has details about what we offer, or click below to contact us about vouchers.

The Workshop

Developing the workshop has been a slow and steady nurturing process, much like the crafting of a piece of artwork. A former corn mill, tannery, dairy and stone crushing mill, Cadster Mill has been a quietly industrious site in Whaley Bridge since before the 1700s. Come and be a part of this long history of making and see what you can produce in these inspirational surroundings.
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