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|2||Summer School Bursries|
|3||Agenda - Annual General Meeting 30 May 2009|
|5||Reports of Meetings|
|5||25th October 2008 : The Seacombe Pottery||Colin Simpson|
|7||25th October 2008 : Talk and Demonstration||Emma Rodgers|
|8||Letter from the President of the Mason's Collectors' Club|
|10||W(***) Chocolate Cup - "Made under Billingsley at Torksey"?||Michael Bailey|
|13||Brown of Daniel and Brown||Roger Pomfret|
|16||'Opaque China' 1820s Pearlware Blue Ground Filled-in Transfers||Pete Christmas|
|29||Contemporary Studio Ceramics||Gabriel Newfield|
|31||Snippets of Interest||Lionel Burman|
|32||Bidston Hill Signalling Station on Pottery||Chris Proud|
|37||What a pot can tell you||Emlyn Roberts|
|39||A Pilkington 'Greek' Vase||Rodney Hampson|
|43||Factory Z (and the Pattern Book Factory)||Alan Sharp|
|46||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|47||Potteries Jotteries No. 111||Rodney Hampson|