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Wot Pots is a pottery studio based in the old Westbury on Trym Wildlife park. Here you can take part in a fun and inspiring clay workshop or do a spot of pottery painting or decoupage whilst enjoying the peaceful and quaint spot. Suitable for all...more
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Trym Rd | Westbury Wildlife Park, Bristol BS9 3ET, England
If your children enjoy craft activities, this is a great find. My daughter had a decoupage party for her 10th birthday here and had a great time. Jenny was well-organised and the whole thing ran without a hitch. Highly recommended for a low-stress option! Will...More
If you are wondering where to take Grandma for a special afternoon treat, look no further than Wot Pots. Hidden away in the woodland behind Westbury on Trym Village is this a delightful venue for budding artists. We chose to decorate animals and were thoroughly...More
Once we found Wot Pots which is very much out of the hustle and bustle of Westbury village we spent a couple of hours painting pottery to be fired later. We were altogether for a hen-do, we had a really lovely time and it was...More
What a wonderful place! Me and my 7 year old son have been here 5 times now making owls, angry birds, trolls and pots! Every single workshop session my son has immensely enjoyed! Jenny is fun, patient and enthusiastic! Every time we have been we...More
this was great fun to do with my daughter and granddaughter.You choose which kind of pot or item you would like to design and then you are given intructions and advice ,then off you go .There is toilet there but parking is on the street...More
We chose WotsPots to run a work social team-building event, and I am so glad we did!
Jenny was such a help during the organisational process, responding quickly to our needs and recommending the type of package that would suit us. She was efficient, caring...More
I have been to Wots Pots previously to paint a mug (which was so relaxing and therapeutic), and Jenny was so friendly and the environment was perfect.
This time around my boyfriend and I went to Wots Pots to learn how to use the pottery...More
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Wotpots, Owner at Wot pots, responded to this reviewResponded 14 July 2016
Thank you Josephine. See you soon to glaze the masterpieces. :-)
Wotpots is a little treasure. Definitely worth a visit. My daughter particularly loves the clay workshops as it is something they have very little experience of at school these days. Jenny fires all their work and they also have the oportunity to paint and glaze...More
This was our 2nd visit- having made Shaun the Sheep last time we made a Minion this time!
Great activity in a quirky setting and free pony feeding added to the mix! We're looking forward to returning to see our finished Minion ready for glazing!
Thank Andrea W
Wotpots, Owner at Wot pots, responded to this reviewResponded 16 September 2015
Thank you for the lovely feedback. It always makes my day when I hear how much people enjoy coming to the studio.
See you soon x