How do I book/do I need to book?

Yes, you do need to book. You can book by texting 07756679862 or by messaging us on Instagram (@lollipops.leicester) – Please message with the date and time slot you would like, how many people, your name and your contact number.

How much does a session cost?

We do not have a set price for pottery painting. You just pay for what you choose to paint. Items start from £10 and go up to £60. We have no studio fee.

When are your adults evenings?

We run our adults evenings on the first Wednesday and last Saturday of every month. They are 6pm – 9pm. We occasionally hold seasonal adults evenings please see our Instagram for updates.

Can I bring my own food/drink?

No, you can not bring your own food or drinks into the studio. We have a cafe onsite for hot drinks, cold drinks and sweet treats.

Do you have parking?

Yes, we have ample parking. When you drive into Stoughton grange you drive into the carpark.

Do you have any age restrictions?

No, we allow all ages. Please ensure you believe your child will enjoy sitting and painting before booking in. Please keep in mind we have lot’s of pottery around the room and any breakages must be paid for. We do not take any responsibility for children.

How long are the sessions?

All our day time sessions are 2 hours long.

Are you wheelchair accessible?

Yes we are. Please mention this when you book a table with us.

How long do we have to wait before we can collect our pottery?

7 days.

Do you do birthday parities?

We only offer private parties on a Wednesday at 4:00-5:30pm please call 01162700177 for more infromation

Do you sell food?

We only sell sweet treats (cakes, waffles and ice cream) and crisps.

Can I come on my own?

Yes, we do not have any restrictions on how many people. We cater for small and large groups of people.

Glazing and firing your painted pottery:
We try our best to ensure that the creative journey you take with us is fun and enjoyable.  The final part of the journey involves the glazing and firing of your pottery.  Sadly this is not an exact science and the kiln is sometimes unpredictable.  While we strive for perfection it doesn’t happen all the time particularly as these are hand produced crafts. Glaze spotting can occur as well as things like brick dust on the items.  So please be aware that although we try to control for these events it is not always possible.  It can be the charm but also the frustration of working with ceramics.
Sometimes, if we feel it is safe to do so, we will re-fire the pottery to try to fix glazing issues.
In the exceptional event of your pottery breaking or cracking in the kiln we will offer compensation by way of a replacement voucher.