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Conderton Pottery

Conderton Pottery is a small family run ceramics studio and gallery set in gorgeous quintessentially English garden and orchard.

The artisan pots are made for cooking and presenting food as well as gardening - reflecting the two passions of the ever entertaining potter Toff Milway.

The local pub is quaint and serves excellent food and there are many lovely walks in the surrounding countryside.

Nature in Art

Within the fine Georgian mansion can be found the widest range of nature-inspired art in the world.

Spanning 1500 years, displays embrace work in all mediums and styles from across the globe. The collection contains the best creations of 600 artists from over 50 countries.

The Roses Theatre

The live programme encompasses a wide range of touring music, drama, children's theatre, dance, opera, ballet and comedy, culminating in the spectacular annual family pantomime.

Winchcombe Pottery

Probably the longest running craft pottery in the country, this world famous pottery still makes everything by hand and fires to 1300 degrees centigrade in a wood-fired kiln.

Winchcombe Pottery is situated in one of the most attractive parts of the England, one mile out of the ancient town of Winchcombe on the Broadway Road. Nine miles from the famous Spa town of Cheltenham and about the same distance from Tewkesbury, Evesham, Stow on the Wold and Northleach and only six miles from Broadway it really is in the heart of the Cotswolds.

Established in 1926 on the site of a pottery dating back to the early 1800's makes it one of the longest running craft potteries in the country making some of the finest and most practical domestic pottery in the world.

Further away

New Brewery Arts

Converted Victorian brewery housing workshops for 19 craft workers including a glass blower, textile artists, ceramicist, upholsterer and jeweller.

The complex also incorporates a small theatre staging all kinds of performances, a gallery, shop stocking the best of British crafts, educational facilities in a range of subjects from sculpture to stained glass.