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It was Bernard's elder son David who gave stability to the pottery by introducing a range of hand-thrown standard ware. He also engaged students and apprentices who helped to produce the range. Amongst them was John, Bernard's eldest grandson who was an apprentice from 1960 - 1963.
David and his brother Michael both worked with their father until 1955 when they left to set up their own potteries in Devon.
The Leach Pottery re-opened in March 2008 following major restoration and is set to become once again an international centre for the study, creation and exhibition of pottery.
The redevelopment of the site has restored the pottery cottage and the old pottery, both Grade II listed buildings. The pottery now produces work on site and a gallery and shop hold regular exhibitions of leading regional, national and international potters.
Visit the Leach Pottery website for more information on the history of the pottery, exhibitions, courses and latest news.
Leach Pottery, St Ives