CLASSES (commencing Wednesday 9th September)
COVID-19 Update: health & safety measures
Due to the Corona virus pandemic, and in order to ensure the safety and well-being of clients, Kate has instigated various measures and has constructed workstations for each individual person.
1. Classes will only be able to welcome a maximum of 6 people in order to make sure that social distancing can be maintained, so we must ask you to book your class in advance.
2. So that cleaning can take place after each session it will be necessary for all participants to start and finish promptly, and for that reason the times for the various sessions are as follows:
Morning 10am – 12:15
Afternoon 1:30pm – 3:45pm
Evening 7:00pm – 9:15pm
There is a 15-minute ‘clear up’ period allocated at the end of each session. Please make sure your workstation is tidy and you are ready to leave at the end of this period. This will enable Kate to prepare and sanitise the pottery ready for the next session.
3. You are requested to arrive with your own apron, towel and mask (although single use masks will be available at a cost of £1 each). Please bring your own mug if you would like to have a coffee/tea whilst working. There are now washing facilities in the pottery – with hot running water.
As we are now living in such uncertain times, Kate has decided to ask clients to Pay As You Go, just in case we all have to go into lockdown again. With this in mind, the cost for each lesson will be £20. Hopefully things will return to normal after the Christmas break and 10-class course bookings can resume, but at the present time nobody seems to be sure how this situation will all pan out.
We're all in this together and doing our best to regain some sort of normality, so please bear with us!
Please keep an eye on the website and Kate's Facebook page for future announcements.
“Kate’s teaching style is fab – there’s no pressure, just a solid, informed introduction to the basics of pottery, leading to more complex disciplines like ‘slab’ work, or ‘throwing’ a pot on the wheel.
Best of all, there’s lots of laughs and great tea – sometimes even biscuits turn up!”
Kate Radford Pottery
Nash Farm, Common Road, Kensworth LU6 2PN
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