Throw a Plate
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- Visiting information
- Open 10am-5pm Wednesday-Sunday (last admission 4pm)
Closed to the public Monday and Tuesday
This event runs 10am–12pm and 1pm–3pm, Saturday & Sunday throughout the festival.
Please note, spaces are limited.
About Stoke Makes Plates –Throw A Plate
In partnership with Duchess China 1888
Explore conventional clay plate throwing on the pottery wheel. Take a seat to discover if you have a hidden skill in the art of throwing a plate with the support of our pottery professionals.Try your hand at plate throwing with family and friends and see who’ll come out on top! Shape the clay using only your hands, fingers and a little water.
Throw a plate to be added to the collection for decorating. Perfect for those with a steady hand and the urge to try something new and thrilling.
Weekends throughout the festival.
Sessions run 10am–12pm and 1pm–3pm.
All ages welcome. Under 11’s must be supervised by a parent or adult.
No booking required but spaces are limited.
This event is run in partnership with Duchess China 1888 and is supported by Stoke Town High Street Heritage Action Zone.
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