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Fees 2019 Resident Non-Resident
Week £780 £670
Easter Bank Holiday £630 £535
Bank holiday weekends £490 £425
Weekends £395 £325
Salt Glaze Master Class (2 weeks) £1800 N/A

En-suite: £16 extra per night

Non-potting companions:     B&B only, £40 per night

                                        £25 dinner on night of arrival

                                    Lunches extra if required: £18 per day

Charges for pots:

Raku and sawdust fired pots plus 10 lbs weight of additional pots are included in the week long course.

Students are welcome to take home any extra, unfired pots and arrange their own firing.

For weekend courses the allowance included is 5 lbs.

Salt Glaze: 6 medium sized pots included and £6 per lb. for extra pots.

Special Group Courses:

Group courses can be arranged for groups between 5 and 9 people.  Contact Deborah to discuss requirements.

Deposit:

£250 per person for a week and £150 per person for a weekend course.

Balance due 6 weeks prior to the date of your holiday. 

We regret that we are unable to issue reminders and if the balance is not paid at the proper time, we may offer the place to a person on our waiting list. To avoid disappointment, we suggest that you may wish to let us have 2 cheques at the time of booking, one for the deposit and the other, post dated, for the balance.

OVERSEAS POTTERS: Must pay in £ GBP via a U.K. Bank.

CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO 'DEBORAH BAYNES'.

CANCELLATION: Please note that the deposit is NOT refundable. If you cancel less than 6 weeks before the course commences, the entire fee is forfeit unless we can re-book the place. Should we re-fill the place, the balance of the fee will be refunded to you. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU TAKE OUT CANCELLATION INSURANCE.

IF YOU WISH, YOU MAY BOOK BY PHONE BUT YOU MUST CONFIRM IN WRITING WITHIN ONE WEEK.

Send mail to deborah@deborahbaynes.co.uk with questions or comments about this web site.
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Last modified:September 29, 2017