Here are some Frequently Asked Questions, take a read and don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions. 

-Thidaa


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Now onto the FAQS - 


- I will be adding additional dates to the workshops at the end of each month.  If it is greyed out or not clickable that means it has been booked. Please click link above to be added to the mailing list!


- I only have workshops on Saturdays and Fridays. (some Sundays) so cannot do any other days during the week I’m afraid. 



How many people are in the class? 


All my classes are private.  Never more than two students unless it’s a special party/event or the 4 person glazing class. (but all friends)


Do you have special group classes or parties? 


Yes I do! We can arrange anything up to 4 people. Do keep in mind I only have 2 wheels, so will have to do a mix. But always fun with some wheel work and glazing with some bubbly and snacks! Also being next to Broadway market makes a great Saturday out. Send me an email hi@blueguy.co.uk


I can't make my class? can I get a refund or exchange? 


All bookings and gift vouchers are strictly non-refundable. If you are unable to attend a class you are free to send someone else in your place for the same class that you booked for, but please let us know who will be replacing you. Alternatively, subject to availability, we can arrange an alternative date, at the next available time on the waiting list. 72 hours notice must be given. If no notice is given Blue Guy Pottery reserves the right to cover costs for ingredients (perishable items) supplied for your original date. For bookings of more than 3 people, 14 days notice is required.


Do you do demonstrations or events? 


Yes I do! I have a small demonstration wheel which can be set up on any table or I can bring the whole set up.  It is a bit messy so please keep that in mind!


I’ve set up in Markets and Retail shops. Lots of fun so send me an email with any questions hi@blueguy.co.uk


Do you make Wedding Presents? 


Yes I do! Most of my bespoke commissions are wedding presents, I can put initials, the wedding date, a funny quote. All possible! Fun right? 


You can pop to the studio and take a look at some work and we can design the perfect gift. Send me an email hi@blueguy.co.uk


Do you do Commissions? 


Yes I do! I love a challenge so please send me a message. I’ve done light fittings, candle vessels and wedding favours/gifts. You can pop to the studio and take a look at some work and we can design the perfect piece. hi@blueguy.co.uk


Do you teach children? 


Not yet, but it’s in the works! Please send me an email and I’ll send you information once it’s launched.hi@blueguy.co.uk


How long does a bespoke piece take? 


This varies to the piece and design, but starts from 8-14 weeks. 



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Terms and Conditions


- Places are booked on a first-come, first-served basis.

- All places must be paid for in full at the time of booking.

- Payment must be made through the website. 

- Once a class has been booked and paid for you will receive a confirmation email.

- All bookings and gift vouchers are strictly non-refundable. If you are unable to attend a class you are free to send someone else in your place for the same class that you booked for, but please let us know who will be replacing you. Alternatively, subject to availability, we can arrange an alternative date, at the next available time on the waiting list. 72 hours notice must be given. If no notice is given Blue Guy Pottery reserves the right to cover costs for materials supplied for your original date. For bookings of more than 3 people, 14 days notice is required.

- Workshop vouchers are valid for 6 months from order. Contact should be made as soon as possible to arrange a date as classes get booked out quickly. 

- The contact details provided at the time of booking will be used for all correspondence so please let us know of any changes.

- If a class has to be cancelled for unforeseen reasons we will notify all attendees immediately and you will receive a full refund.

- By attending a Blue Guy Pottery workshop  you realise that you will be working with clay, hot kilns and silica. You will be briefed on health and safety, and Blue Guy Pottery can therefore accept no responsibility for injuries or illness that may result.