Taster Session – throwing on the Potters Wheel with Pris McGirr

Duration: 3 hours 10.30 – 1.30

Price: £30

Run by: Lynne Le Voi
at Alford Craft Market Centre

01507 463341

1 West Street
LN13 9DG

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About the Course

4 places. Learn how to work with clay, centre a piece of clay & throw a bowl. Finished items will be available to collect from the shop about 3 weeks after the class or we can post them to you for a small extra charge.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Includes clay, glazes and firing.

Want to review this course?

This has been such a fun and engerising experience! Pris is such a gentle, patient and calm teacher and I have learned so much as well as laughing and enjoying what we've done. Thank you Pris and Alford Craft Market.

- - #14971

Really great fun, loved it and easy style of teaching.

- - #14250

A very enjoyable session. Lovely group. I think I've got the bug!

- - #14249

I had a wonderful time and surprised myself that I could actually make something. I met some lovely people and Pris was amazing. Thank you for my afternoon.

- - #14248

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Course Start Dates

Tuesday 6th November 2018
Tuesday 4th December 2018

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