About Us 


Our Story...

Pam Peters Designs started with Pam Peters in her 'Wendy House' in the back garden as a weekend hobby. 

In 2014 Pam made her first fused glass piece whilst having a crafty weekend with a friend, who recently started fusing glass herself. It wasn't long after that she purchased her first kiln, now referred to as the 'baby kiln'. After a few months of playing, Pam plucked the courage to ask a local craft shop whether she could test her pieces for sale. Within hours she has a phone call for more stock! Pam was thrilled and quickly rushed to make more. The local shop was selling quicker than the 'baby' kiln could produce. 

In 2017. Beth (Pam's daughter), started to help create the designs whenever she was home for holidays during her time at University. Beth spent 3 years studying Contemporary Arts in Practice at Bath Spa University. Whilst there she studied a module to create her own business. As she has an interest in using the medium glass we decided to work together to build Pam Peters Designs. After Graduating we purchased our 3rd Kiln to meet the further demand for our designs.

A year after Beth joined Pam Peters Design, we decided that we had outgrown our home and needed to find premises in Mochdre, North Wales. This allowed us to purchase our 4th Kiln. Not long after moving the Mochdre we had already started to outgrow the workshop and again set out to find an even bigger space! After over a year of searching we found our current premises in Abergele. It was perfect, lots of space for us to purchase our 5th kiln and even allowed us to open a giftshop. A dream both Pam and Beth had was to open a shop where people can visit us and see the workshop in the background.

Meet The Team

A bit about us

The original designer and maker. The messy maker that destroys the workshop at the weekend. Usually found experimenting in the background.

Chief maker & gift shop buyer and most definitely the boss cracking the whip! The one everyone turns to for help and  instructions. Usually found glued to the painting desk or the kilns. 

Director – thinks he’s in charge but isn’t. No idea about design, but monitors the pennies. His role is coffee maker and accounts.

Called to rescue his sister on an ad hoc basis. Our IT helpdesk and muscle when we need big objects moving. 

Gets stuck into any job needed to be done, no questions asked. Beryl is the one to keep our flowers alive outside our shop all year around.

The Saturday girl, best box builder and card packer ready for internet sales.

Beth’s loving other half, ready and willing to shred the cardboard, make display stands and our white van man.

Nervously steps into the building due to the number of maintenance requests from his niece …. all for the price of a bacon butty and mug of tea!