On Saturdays and Sundays, we are available for kid’s parties with exclusive access to the studio.
For our 'Pottery Painting' parties we recommend that children are 5+. The parties last around 90min and the minimum we need for a pottery painting party is 10 and the max we can fit comfortably is 13. We charge £15 per child and they can paint one item from our great range including; party animals, money banks, ice-creams, cup-cakes, snakes, small plates or mugs.
We decorate the space with party balloons and provide free tea and coffee for parents. They normally spend the first 40min painting, then go for a run about in the adventure playground while staff clean up and then they come back in for lunch or cake.
We don’t provide any plates, cups or cutlery so you need to provide these and don’t worry about making a mess! We take the stress out of everything and do all the cleaning up for you.
Pottery takes us up to two weeks to glaze and fire and we will give you a buzz when they are ready to collect
For our 'Clay Monster Making' parties we recommend these for children 6+ and the parties last around 2 hours. The minimum we need for a clay monster making party is 8 and the maximum we can fit comfortably is 10. We charge £22 per child which includes, teaching, materials, glazing and 2 firings. Mellisa who runs our clay parties starts with a 10min demonstration, the children then have around 45min to make the monsters and then 30min afterwards to paint them with slip. They just have enough time to stretch their legs in the adventure playpark before they come back in to eat some cake!
It takes us up to 3 weeks to fire, glaze and then re-fire the items again and we give you a buzz when they are ready to collect.
If you don’t fancy bringing food with you, the farms award winning café can provide food for you. Click here to check out the menu! This menu is available 7 days a week but only in the café hours and they need at least 1 months’ notice.
Every care is taken to fire and glaze the products how you would like them, however it should be recognised that these materials are natural products, hand crafted by children and inconsistancies should be part of the nature of the product.