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Live Love and Create

Pottery Centres and Ceramic Cafes, Indoor
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Location iconBrigg
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Painted ceramic plate at Live Love and Create in Brigg

Attraction Information

Live, Love and Create: Paint it Yourself Pottery, Tea Room and Gift Shop offers a wide range of fun and creative activities for all the family. Whether it be an hour's creative fun with the children or a gathering of friends for a special occasion, our personal approach and excellent customer service means that you will have an experience to remember.
We have an extensive range of pottery available to paint in the studio and lots of inspiration on display. We also offer Decopatch, a paper based craft that can be taken away on the day, ideal for holiday makers or visitors. Whilst painting we can serve you a selection of speciality teas and coffees with a choice of delicious homemade cakes and scones, all freshly baked in the studio.
In addition to our studio based sessions we also offer parties for adults and children, workshops and evening classes, and programmes for schools and groups. Our family days throughout the year are ideal for spending quality creative family time together and our take away craft kits are perfect as gifts or rainy day activities.
We also offer a personalisation service including hand, foot and paw prints in paint, plaster or clay, the perfect gift or keepsake. We have a range of Special Occasion gifts including signature and commemorative plates available as well as a bespoke order service for those truly unique gifts.
Our gift shop stocks a range of personalised, bespoke, handmade and British gifts.

Opening hours

Monday, Thursday to Saturday 10:00 - 17:00

Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

Location

Address

23 Wrawby Street,
Brigg,
Lincolnshire,
DN20 8JJ,
England

Phone number

01652 600992

Pricing

Pay for what you paint!

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