Jennie runs these w­eekly classes in two 10 week terms each year.  Starting January and September

Jennie’s weekly pottery classes have been running for over 20 years, with just 8 students at a time in a mo­dern studio. Students get a concentrated experience ­of practical pottery and superior teaching. Jennie teaches both hand-building and throwing using our now famous Donyatt clay body. At the end of each 10 week term there is a wood-firing or two, for which students have glazed and decorated their work. Some students also get involved with kiln packing and firing. 

Wood-firing is a special way of working and though used by many more potters now than say 20 years ago, it is still unusual as the mainstay of finishing work in a teaching situation. Wood firing has been the specialty of Ridge Pottery from its start in Queen Camel in 1977.  Firing with wood as a fuel is both more environmentally acceptable as well as adding greatly to the beauty of the glazes and the fire clay.


Autumn term 2019 

Please note Jennie will start to take bookings after the middle of August

Three classes will run this term, starting in September. The term will be for 10 weeks with a 1 week long half term break.    

  • Tuesday mornings – 10am – 12.30pm.
  • Wednesday mornings – 10am -12.30pm.
  • Wednesday afternoons – 2pm – 4.30pm