- Pottery Centres and Ceramic Cafes
- Arts and Crafts
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor
Fired 4 U welcomes families to have arty fun together. Children and adults sit together whilst painting pottery items. No one has to be an artist to have fun there, they even have fun ways to paint without a brush!
You choose from over 165 items to paint from tableware to money boxes, to jewellery and photo frames, dragons, cars, fairies and mirrors. They are delighted to show you how to paint with the pottery paints and achieve results you will be amazed at.
Your pottery is ready to collect the same day the following week. There are soft drinks, tea and coffee available whilst you paint.
There are monthly preschool sessions involving songs/story/craft and pottery painting. Clay sessions are available to hand build your own creation - this must be pre-booked. Please see the website for more details.
Free parking at the studio for our customers; Jane and Katy the Kiln look forward to meeting you soon.
- Snacks Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Pushchair Friendly
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
15 to 17 Hennel Lane, Walton le Dale, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 4LA, England
Click here to visit Fired 4 U's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Wednesday to Friday 10:00 - 17:30
Saturday 10:00 - 16:30
Sunday 11:00 - 16:00
Fired 4 U is open extra days during the school holidays so please check their website for more information.
Studio Fee: £4.00
Pay for what you paint!
Toilet facilities in the studio but do not take wheelchairs.
Baby food facilities
They are happy to warm milk for the babies. Baby changing table within the toilet room.
Ready painted items by Jane are for sale or personalised ones can be ordered.
Hot and cold drinks are available along with muffins and chocolate. There is a lovely fish and chip shop next door open Wednesday to Saturday lunch time and Wednesday to Friday tea times which do fab fish and chips and great children's meals. You are welcome to eat these there after painting.
Badly set up
Written by LilacLainey . 30.12.17
I took my 3 year old Grand-daughters here thinking we would have a pottery lesson. However you could do this yourself at home. A complete waste if money and time. Not enough staff or understanding of toddlers/children. They pretty much showed us to a shelf of ready made pots and showed us some paints then left us to it. The lady wasn't very friendly either and she was hard to connect too. We were told we'd have to leave the pot and come back in a week. I never went back to collect it as I was so disappointed.