The story of Dotty Pottery is one of two friends who share a love of pottery. Rebecca and Pippa met whilst working at a ceramic painting studio in Norwich and quickly bonded over their love of creating beautiful gifts. When their employer closed the shop they decided to open their own studio. This is how Dotty Pottery was born. Opening its doors in 2012 when Pippa bought a small kiln, the business was a mobile studio that traveled to customers houses as well as to craft fairs and shows.
The Dotty Pottery studio opened at Hellesdon Barns in 2014 but has now moved to its new home at White House Farm where it is re opening in mid September 2020. The studio has the capacity for up to 25 people to paint in. The café which is also based at White House Farm provides customers the opportunity to buy hot and cold refreshments which can be consumed either in the café or in Dotty Pottery whilst they paint. They cater for groups, parties and individuals of all abilities, the staff at Dotty Pottery are always on hand to offer support and advice with your creations. There are a number of other retail units at this lovely little complex, including a cafe, farm shop, toilets and free parking.