The Newsletter is free to members and published quarterly.

Every edition includes articles about recent research, museum news, book reviews as well as the forthcoming programme and reports of meetings. There is also a ‘help wanted and given’ page which poses some interesting questions!

Members are welcome to write articles for the publication and the Newsletter Editors are very encouraging and helpful to those who are going in to print for the first time.
Editors’ Guidance for Submitting Articles – click here

To contact the Newsletter Editors –  click here

We have a number of past publications of Newsletters. They contain important snippets of research as well as more extensive work and are well worth exploring. By clicking on a newsletter in the list below you can see its Contents and, if it is available to purchase, you will be able to order it online. Out-of-stock Newsletters are available for download if you become a member of the NCS digital archive (via the Publications Archive link in the top menu above).  Full members of NCS pay only £1 to join.

OVERSEAS POSTAGE   Remember to check postage charges if ordering from overseas: for current postage price email or use our contact form   

Newsletter 115 - Sept 1999

This publication is available to purchase at a cost of £0.00 plus £0.00 UK postage and packing (please email for overseas postage rates).

Journals over 5 years old and Newsletters over 2 years old are available as a PDF download from the Publications archive. See the main menu at the top of the page.



Page Content Contributor
1 NCS Programme
2 Editorial
3 Subscriptions 1999-2000
4 Annual General Meeting - Minutes
10 Reports of Meetings
12 Stafford Pottery Exhibition - Summer 2001
13 Snippets of Interest
16 "Fired Earth" - Some Shards from Rawmarsh John D. Griffin
21 The History of the West Cumberland Potteries Florence Sibson
23 Will the Real Artist Please Stand Up! Bill Saks
25 An Italian Engraving on Yorkshire Pots? Jennifer M. Moody
28 If Not Ridgway, Then What? John Harbold
30 The Ester Saul Teapot Florence Sibson
31 An Anti-Slavery Cup Peter Hyland
32 Tea-Party in the North-East John & Joyce Cockerill
36 Whence the Breakfast cup? - Progress Report Murray Pollinger
38 Cup Shapes - "Yellow Shell" Pattern Margaret Ironside
40 Help Given, Help Wanted: - An Early "Japan" Pattern Coffee Cup
41 Help Given, Help Wanted: - Art Pottery - South Devon
41 Help Given, Help Wanted: - For an Attribution please
43 Potteries Jotteries No. 73 Rodney Hampson
44 Books
45 Diary and Exhibitions
48 Society Publications