We are Mick & Lesley Dixon and run Bartley Heath Pottery in North Warnborough near Odiham in Hampshire. The Pottery opened in 1974. It is close to Junction 5 of the M3 between Hook & Odiham. We have a Showroom attached to our cottage and workshop & kiln are in the garden. We work mainly in reduced stoneware using electric kilns for biscuit firings and a gas kiln for glaze firing to 1260C. All our functional stoneware pots are suitable for oven and microwave use and are dishwasher safe.

Next to the pottery is the Bartley Heath Nature Reserve which is now owned & maintained by The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.
There are some good walks from the pottery across the reserve. The Basingstoke canal & Odiham Castle are within walking distance of the pottery and the historic town of Odiham is one mile away.

The Derby Inn (great food) the Egg Shed and Newlins Farm shop & coffee shop are in the same road