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Govanhill Baths Ceramics

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Pottery For Beginners

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Govanhill Baths Ceramics

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Govanhill Baths Ceramics was established in 2016 as a weekly Wellness Programme . In 2018, due to the imminent refurbishment of the Baths building at 99 Calder street we relocated to The Deep End – click here to find us on Google Maps.

Since our move, we’ve expanded our offerings to include Ceramics Courses and Kiln hire in addition to our core Wellness Programme. All Enquiries email

Workshop fees include Clay, Firings, Glazes and access to tools and equipment.

In alignment with COVID-19 Distancing Guidelines, our Studio currently provides comfortable workspace for 10 people.

Our Ceramics Workshops – now available!


Whilst our studio is shut in compliance with Government recommendations, we are still working on delivering new experiences, equipment and programming.

Some upcoming changes we are implementing include: a new floor finish, soundproofing, some new workbenches, and a clay extruder. In addition, we are in the process of purchasing a new electric kiln and a raku kiln for some fun experimental firings.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for some inspiration while at home, keep an eye on our social media, where we will post tips and techniques for handbuilding over the coming weeks.

Be well and keep potting,
Frances and Adam


The Pottery Club is working towards an exhibition in Ibrox Library organised by member Thomas Wall who works there. We are creating pieces
related in some way to pieces of literature or other writing. We have a piece of Russian poetry by Alexandra Blok by Sophie, something French from Cecile, the Moomins from Kim and a little bit of Nietzsche from Thomas himself. A few Pottery Clubbers ideas are pictured here.

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Govanhill Baths Ceramics run a variety of courses and classes that cater for all levels of skill. So whether you’ve yet to get your hands on a piece of clay or are a dab hand with the kiln, we are sure to have a class for you. Click to check out all the classes and courses.

Please contact us using the form below, or if you have any questions. You can also contact us at 0141 423 3919. And for the latest information, please check our Facebook page and Instagram page

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