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Newsletter 166 - June 2012
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|3||27th - 29th January 2012: Winter Weekend||Lyn Hillis|
|8||Letter from Winter Weekend Bursary Recipient||Rebecca Burgess|
|9||Reports of Meetings|
|9||25th February 2012 : The Della Robbia Enigma||Peter Hyland|
|12||24th March 2012 : Contemporary Ceramics: New, Borrowed and Blue||Alayna Ellis|
|14||24th March 2012 : Bat Prints on New Hall||Pat Preller|
|17||Remembering Robert: Personal Memories of Robert Copeland||Pam Woolliscroft|
|30||Queen Adelaide, Pugin, Daniel and a Visit to Alton Towers||Geoffrey Barnes|
|34||Miles & William Mason Earthenwares - A Review (Part 1)||Des Scanlon|
|44||Neale and Wilson Potters' Numbers||David M Pendergast|
|45||Swan Inkstands: Rockingham, Coalport or Where?||Alwyn and Angela Cox|
|50||Charlotte Schreiber: The Unforgotten Grand Dame of the 'Chasse'||Charlotte Jacob-Hanson|
|62||Davenport's Initialled Caneware Mugs||David M Pendergast|
|66||The Early Newsletters of the Northern Ceramic Society - cont.||Terry Lockett|
|67||Sportive Innocence and New Hall||Pat Preller|
|68||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|71||NCS 40th Birthday Party on 29th September 2012|
|72||The Summer Visit on June 30th 2012 to Cannon Hall Museum||Lyn Hillis|
|73||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|76||Honours for Members|
|77||Potteries Jotteries No. 124||Rodney Hampson|
|78||TACS Research Grants 2012/ CCRF Announcement|