Our top priority is making sure Fun Pots is a safe environment for both our customers and staff. Have a read below to see how we’re responding to Covid-19.


Reduced Seating 

To enable the recommended safe distance between groups, we have reduced seating to a maximum of three tables in the studio, spaced two metres apart. Each table can seat a group of up to six people. In line with government guidelines, groups can only consist of members of your household (including support bubbles). 

Staggered Sessions 

Booking times for our studio slots are staggered so that your booking will not start or end at the same time as the other table, minimising contact with other painters. 

Enhanced Cleaning 

All tables and equipment are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected between bookings. We also provide hand sanitiser stations for customers. 

Face Coverings 

In light of current guidance we ask customers to wear a mask or face covering at all times within the studio, except when eating or drinking. Our staff wear face masks at all times while in the Studio.

Safe Collection 

Adhering to government guidelines, we are asking all customers to wear masks when collecting from the studio. Customers can pick up from the counter at a safe distance which is indicated by tape on the floor, or if you prefer we can hand over the pottery outside the studio using our collection table to avoid any direct contact.  


Our toilet is open to all our studio painters and is cleaned between uses.

Food and Drink 

We are currently serving cold drinks for you to enjoy while you paint. For now, we are asking customers not to bring their own food into the studio.

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We are 'Good to Go'!

Fun Pots pottery painting studio has been accredited with VisitEngland's 'We're Good to Go' industry standard for adhering to Government and public health guidance. The accreditation is in recognition of all of the procedures, processes and policies we have in place in the Studio to make it Covid-secure for our painters and colleagues.

You just need to concentrate on having fun with your 'bubble' and what beautiful pottery painting you'll be doing. See you soon!