Visit the

Pottery Studio

The Harley Pottery Studio is a welcoming place which everyone can visit for pottery classes. You can find it at the heart of the Foundation’s artist studios.

Whether you’re a beginner looking for pottery classes with likeminded people, or you are an experienced potter who needs a pay-as-you-go studio space, our timetable will have something for you.

The Harley Foundation works to create spaces where the imagination can flourish, from our private artist studios to the award-winning museum.

Our Pottery Studio is a community space where visitors can work in inspiring surroundings – in an idyllic countryside location and surrounded by practicing artists and makers.

All of our classes are subsidised by the Foundation and generously supported by Nottinghamshire County Council. We work to offer an accessible, affordable place to practice pottery making.

The spacious studio is fully equipped with potters wheels and kiln facilities.

Studio hire is available. Contact us for more details.

Opening Times
Open Wednesday – Friday
Pre-booked sessions only
Studio hire is available. Contact us for more details.

Important Information
We require potters to use our clay and glazes.
Clay is charged at £5 for a 3kg small bag.
Glazing and firing is charged at
6” cubed – £4
9” cubed – £6
12” cubed – £10
(Included on some courses – check the event description for further details)

Find Us
The Harley Pottery Studio
Welbeck,
Worksop,
Nottinghamshire.
S80 3LW

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Getting Here

Access

Getting Here

Visit by car

Our entrance is on the A60, 5 miles south of Worksop – look out for the brown signs for Welbeck.

Keep left as you enter the estate and park in the Pottery Studio parking bays, in the third layby on the right.

Download a map here.

Public transport

Arriving by train? We suggest:

  • Mainline Trains (LNER) to Retford. Then for ease, book a taxi for onward travel. Try Hinchcliffe Taxis of Retford. Call 01777 702 049 to book.
  • East Midland Trains to Creswell. Creswell is on the Robin Hood Line and runs a service between Nottingham and Worksop. From Creswell Station, there is a 2 mile (45 minutes) walk through Creswell Crags’ picturesque limestone gorge. See the route in Google Maps here.

Access

Our building is wheelchair accessible.

The Harley Pottery Studio is on one level. Our accessible toilet is off the main reception area.

The Studio has dedicated disabled parking. Keep left at the fork as you enter the estate. Continue down the lane, taking the first right and then right again into the studio complex. You will see the Pottery Studio at the end of the first block of studios on your left. Disabled parking is directly outside the studio.