I have lived and worked in Whitstable since coming here as a student in the 1970s – I fell in love with it instantly.

My interest in ceramics grew from a chance job as a Girl Friday at Tabor Pottery in Canterbury with Les Brown, a job which turned into a four year apprenticeship.

From the moment I first learned to use the wheel I was hooked, and over 30 years later, still love to throw pots.

The outlet for my work is ‘Seagulls and Flamingos’ (Address: 12 Harbour St, Whitstable CT5 1AQ). Our shop opened in Whitstable in 1985 as an outlet for locally made ceramics, furniture, glass, and clothes. Nowadays it has expanded to include a wide range of non-local and fair trade goods.

Find out more about our Classes and Courses here

LATEST NEWS: 

 The studio is open, with the following changes;  class sizes are reduced to a maximum of 6 students, 4 handbuilders, 2 on the wheel to enable social distancing. Perspex screens, handwash, cleaned tools and equipment all in place to protect us from the virus

Existing students – please confirm your place

                                                                                                                New students – enquiries welcome

All classes take place at Unit 13, Joseph Wilson Estate, Millstrood Road, Whitstable CT5 3PS, with parking available in the yard alongside

Exhibition at The Fish Slab Gallery  Whitstable from 28th April – 5th May 2020 – now postponed to 2021

Whitstable Open House Trail October 2020 – please come and see us this weekend 243th and 25th October

Gift vouchers available for all lessons and classes and are redeemable for 2 years send us your information on our Contact Form here.