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|4||Winter Weekend 2014: Of Time and The Potter||Michael Harvey|
|6||Summer School 2014: The Curious Art (details of new venue)||Jessica Davies|
|8||24th July 2013: Summer Visit to NMW, Cardiff||Deborah Skinner|
|11||14th-18th August 2013: Summer School||Jessica Davies|
|15||28th September 2013: Italian Renaissance Maiolica||Claire Blakey|
|18||James Underhill Mist||Alan & Janet Tomlinson|
|20||Have You Seen This Woman?||Pamela Gardner|
|25||Late Again!||Geoffrey Godden|
|26||Andrew Abbott's Legacy||Michael Bailey & David Pendergast|
|39||The Reconstruction of a Netherlands Maiolica Dish, 1600-1620, from a Recovered Fragment||John Black|
|41||Polychrome Decorated WML Porcelain - Update 2||Alan Sharp|
|44||Flying Swans||Colin Andrew|
|51||James Hill Paints Fruit on a Derby Vase||Pamela Gardner|
|52||Caveat Vendor - Market (Un)certainties, Changing Taste - the Inevitable Outcome||David Beaton|
|54||Bishop's Mitre and Hicks Meigh & Johnson||Austin Wragg|
|56||Dual-Ware Ceramics Revisited||David Pendergast|
|58||Help Wanted and Help Given|
|67||Obituary: Michael Bailey, 1931-2013||David Pendergast|
|69||Museum News||Deborah Skinner|
|73||Potteries Jotteries No 130||Rodney Hampson|