Covid-19 & changes to the studio

We hope you are keeping safe during these troubled times

At ClayKilnCraft we have been working tirelessly to keep everyone who comes through our doors safe and secure. We have introduced individual workstations at our benches and around the wheels protected them with screens. These, along with PPE of disposable masks, aprons and gloves, add extra protection while you are in the studio. We also offer cotton aprons and tea towels for single use which are washed at a high temperature for those who don’t want to use the disposable ones.

Members are assigned their own set of tools that are their responsibility to keep clean. General tools for classes and courses are cleaned and disinfected after each use by our staff.

The screens and all surfaces are wiped down with disinfectant after each use as is the floor. We have professional cleaners who come in 3 times a week to do a deep clean.

We don’t want to take away from the fun of doing pottery but we take our responsibilities for your safety very seriously.

Lockdown January 2021:

Classes and Courses: All classes, courses and collections are postponed/rescheduled until we are back in either Tier 3 or 4 depending on restrictions imposed by government.

Members: Though the studio is a centre for manufacturing of goods by  professional and semi-professional members who rent the space as their workplace as they are not able to do this from home, we have taken the decision to close completely during this lockdown. Those members who are able to work from home are able to book appointments to drop off work in a safe and secure way. Those members who want to borrow a wheel during lockdown are able to do so.

The only people allowed in on a regular basis are the owner and her assistants in order to maintain the studio and equipment and run the kilns.

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