Coronavirus information for visitors
THE STUDIO IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED AND ALL WORKSHOPS ARE POSTPONED
Moon Studio Ceramics will reopen from 7th July
- SCHEDULED CLASSES: If you are booked onto a class – sessions are not cancelled, all pre booked workshops will be honored and rescheduled at a future date TBA. I will be in touch when I am able to offer new dates, and your places will be automatically transferred.
- CLAY TAKE AWAY: Stay at home and be creative – clay kits delivered to you. Find out more . . .
- GIFT VOUCHERS: All vouchers will remain valid for an extended period to cover those who cannot attend available classes.
- COLLECTION OF POTTERY: The collection of your finished pottery will be arranged soon. The studio has been closed since 22nd March. Delivery by post can also be arranged – please get in touch.
All workshops have been postponed since 22nd March. THE STUDIO WILL REOPEN FROM JULY! I will contact everyone that has prebooked to arrange new dates. If you haven’t heard from me then please get in touch.
The current terms & conditions regarding workshops and cancellations still apply. As a small independent business I want express my gratitude for your continued support and understanding at this time. Stay happy and healthy.
As a pottery studio, cleanliness for health reasons is part of the course anyway. But I am taking extra measures to ensure my studio is a happy environment to welcome you:
- Towels, cloths and aprons are always washed/replaced after each class
- All tables, wheels and tools are wiped down with a sterilizing solution
- Other surfaces such as handles and taps also cleaned
- The studio is a controlled and safe environment, that doesn’t have constant access from the general public.
- Hand washing facilities (soap and hot water) and hand sanitiser
- Safe distancing – class sizes are small and there is plenty of space to be comfortable
Stay at home and use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if you get any of:
- a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
- a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
- a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you’ve noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
You’ll usually be advised to stay at home and not go out for any reason (self-isolate). You usually need to do this for at least 7 days.