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|2||The Kathleen Barker Award|
|3||Minutes of Annual General Meeting - 19th May 2007|
|12||Winter Weekend Bursary|
|13||Reports of Meetings|
|13||28th April 2007 : Samuel Hollins: Red China Potter of Vale Pleasant||Nick Berthoud|
|16||28th April 2007 : Focus on a Pot - "A Mason's Ice Bucket"||David Gawthorpe|
|17||28th April 2007 : Marks, Markings & Dating of Leeds Pottery||John Griffin|
|21||19th May 2007 : The Beginning and Development of Ceramics in the Prehistoric Near East||Rachel Conroy|
|23||Summer Visit - 7th July 2007|
|25||A Note on the size of the Ceramics Industry in the late 18th to mid 19th Century||John Rogerson|
|28||Postscript: The Pole and Smith families make the connection ahead of Weston||Pam Gardner|
|30||The Holmes Pottery||Graham Oliver|
|32||Polychrome Painted Landscapes on English Pottery||John Harbold|
|37||"Melbourne" Creamwares and their Re-attribution: Some Problems||Alwyn & Angela Cox|
|40||More About Melbourne||Terry Lockett|
|42||A Collection of Charles Vyse Figures and Stoneware||David Beaton|
|63||Game Pie Dish 'Middles' as Dating Evidence||David M. Pendergast|
|66||A Dated Example of Inlaid Agate or Terra Tersia||Jonathan Rickard|
|67||Pearlware Cabbage Leaf Moulded Jugs and Mugs|
|69||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|71||Amendment - Winter Weekend Report|
|71||Potteries Jotteries No. 105||Rodney Hampson|