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Newsletter 168 - Dec 2012
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|3||Reports of Meetings|
|3||30th June 2012 : Summer Visit to Cannon Hall Museum||Lyn Hillis|
|4||14th - 19th August 2012: Summer School|
|10||29th September 2012 : NCS 40th Birthday Party - Display of Members' Pots|
|12||29th September 2012 : Lecture by Paul Atterbury 'Setting the Standards: British Art in Industry'|
|15||Game Pies: The Inside View||David M Pendergast|
|18||A Puzzle: 2 Vases + 1 Similarity = +/- French/English/German||Pamela Gardner|
|21||Nantgarw Plate with 'Lavender Blue' Border - Update||Alan Sharp|
|27||W(***) - A Small Reference Collection||Michael Bailey|
|36||Moustache and Shell Moulded Border Dessert Shapes -A Possible Hicks & Meigh Attribution||Austin Wragg|
|39||Charles Bourne's Three Potworks in Fenton||Rodney Hampson|
|44||Progress on Padmarks - The Riley Links||David Beaton|
|51||Of Masters and Men||Alan and Janet Tomlinson|
|58||The Cornish Minerals and Joseph Black||Rod Dowling|
|60||Whitehaven Pottery Eggs||Florence Sibson|
|62||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|73||American Ceramic Circle Grant Awards 2012|
|73||The Crowquill Pattern Book - Update||Robert Cluett|
|74||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|77||Potteries Jotteries No. 126||Rodney Hampson|