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Working shapes

Nick’s received 10kgs of clay yesterday. The planning is moving from ideas to drawings to shapes. It’s an amazing process to be witness to, as he starts playing with the materials and concepts and communicating these into 3D.

WWI

Everybody's business

Alex has been going through the Imperial War Museum Archive looking for material for the exhibition on food and bread.

As the WWI unrolled, people on the home front where being ever more strongly made aware that the war effort was a matter for everyone, regardless of station, and food rationing was fundamental for the success of the soldiers in front. 461 more words

WWI

Much more than just jam and Jerusalem

The first Nottinghamshire WI was formed in Southwell on Thursday 14 June 1917, when 45 ladies met to hear a talk on wartime cookery…

Now, as the… 228 more words

On The Show

October 2017

Hello

I am Rev Dee, your new minister at Wesley Hall.

I am glad to be joining you at this time, especially as we move through October with a trinity of celebrations: Our Church Anniversary, Gift Day and Boys’ Brigade Centenary, plus the Theatre Club production coming soon. 310 more words

Church Chat

Talkin bout a revolution

I have databases for different size records, these are in the 12inch records which have the word REVOLUTION in the album titles or track list.

Once in a lifetime opportunity!

Next year the Leicestershire and Rutland Federation of WIs is 100 years’ old.  You can join in these unique celebrations on Saturday 18 March 2018… 68 more words

Market Harborough WI

The Centenary of the Birth of Romero: continuing his legacy via volunteers

On Saturday 23 September, the Centenary of the birth of Blessed Oscar Romero was commemorated at Westminster Abbey in Evensong. Alongside CAFOD, the event was co-sponsored by Archbishop Romero Trust, Churches Together in England, and Christian Aid. 340 more words

Volunteering