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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||28th October 2006 : Fakes and Forgeries||Howard Coutts|
|3||28th October 2006 : A Tyneside Miscellany||John Cockerill|
|6||25th November 2006 : A Contemporary Chinese Ceramic Landscape||Andrew Watts|
|8||25th November 2006 : Parian: Copeland's Statuary Porcelain||Robert Copeland|
|10||A Special Turner (?) Teaset||David M. Pendergast|
|13||Pottery House Farm, Brampton-in-Torksey and Associated People||Pam Gardner|
|19||Some Polychrome Caughley Mugs||Chris Brown|
|21||Tomorrow's Ceramicists?||Florence Sibson|
|22||The Provenance of the 'Weston' Service||Pam Gardner|
|27||A Connection between the Hull Belle View and Don Potteries||Dr Alwyn Cox|
|32||A dated Yorkshire Loving Cup||Geoff Preece|
|33||G-marked Chinese Marine||Nancy Rudd|
|36||'Fakes and Forgeries'||Howard Coutts|
|42||Mr. Punch||David Atherton|
|45||Summer Visit - 7th July 2007|
|46||A Bursary for the Summer School|
|46||American Ceramic Circle Book Award|
|47||Potteries Jotteries No. 103||Rodney Hampson|
|60||Agenda - Annual General Meeting|