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The exterior of Dersingham Pottery & Gallery in west Norfolk.

Dersingham Pottery & Gallery

46 Chapel Road, Dersingham

Dersingham Pottery and Gallery started in 1972 showcasing the handthrown porcelain and stoneware of June Mullarkey.

Dersingham Pottery and Gallery started in 1972 showcasing the handthrown porcelain and stoneware of June Mullarkey and paintings in acrylic on canvas by Ben Mullarkey. Displayed in interesting old carrstone and red brick stables formerly belonging to the Sandringham Estate.

Facilities

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Gift shop
  • Free Parking
  • Disabled access

Opening times

Open most days between 10am – 5pm. Please ring or email if making a special journey (we are sometimes closed).

Location

Dersingham Pottery & Gallery,
46 Chapel Road,
Dersingham,
Norfolk,
PE31 6PN

Directions

The nearest railway station is King’s Lynn, which is 10 miles away.

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