The home of the historic Pottery in the heart of Derbyshire.
Denby has been making its famous stoneware in England for over 200 years – a tradition which continues today at the home of Denby just off the A38 north of Derby, close to Ripley. The Visitor Centre is next to the historic pottery in a cobbled courtyard surrounded by a selection of shops including the unique and extensive Denby Factory Shop with savings of up to 60% off rrp, and Bourne’s Restaurant serving delicious homemade cakes, snacks and meals. The restaurant has plenty of seating on two floors and an outdoor terrace.
Centre entry and parking are free and as Denby is open daily all year, it makes a good choice for coffee break stops, as well as for pre-booked day visits. Activities at the centre include: daily Full Guided Pottery Tours with ‘hands on’ activities, daily cookery demonstrations at 12.30 and 2.30pm free of charge, a small museum and a selection of shops including cookery, garden, glass and gift shops.
The centre runs events throughout the year, the most popular being the Christmas Fayre (6th – 8th December 2013) to which pre-booked coaches are welcome.Pre-booked group visits receive shopping vouchers, Tour discounts and restaurant meal deals. There are also incentives and rewards for organisers and coach drivers.
For further information and a booking pack
call Tel: 01773 740 799
or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or see www.denbyvisitorcentre.co.uk