Today we made the decision to close the main building until further notice, some of your classes my be running but please check with your respective school administrator or tutor.
This decision was made in the light of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and recent UK government advice. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our employees and guests. We deeply value our community and their health and wellbeing is our number one priority during this difficult time. We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible.
During this time many of us will miss seeing family and friends and taking part in our usual hobbies, interests and activities. We are looking into online ways to keep the social aspects of our community thriving while in our respective isolation.
Please stay safe and if there is anything you need please email us email@example.com
The Farnham Pottery inspires both the onsite makers and visitors alike. It is a carefully preserved example of a Victorian country pottery with a host of charming architectural features. The potters of the day delighted in demonstrating their skills in making ornate chimney pots, window frames and archways.
We have taken an industrial site dating from 1873 and, without destroying any of its character, made it a home for today's makers and artists. Come and explore the historic buildings and see the creative work that is being produced today.
We continue to make careful improvements to the site and would be delighted to involve volunteers in our future plans and perhaps join us in weekend building projects. If you are interested in helping please email.
If you would like to join our creative community, volunteer or need a space for your business please use the form below to get in touch.
If you would like to plan an event at The Farnham Pottery there's nothing we will not consider as long as its respectful of the site's heritage and the community that we serve. If you have an idea you want to try at The Farnham Pottery just get in touch.
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