There will be another Mayflower Exhibition in The Minster Church of St Andrew in Plymouth from Thursday 3rd June until Wednesday 9th June open between 9am – 4pm. As well as quilts and flowers, there will be more Calligraphy included from the Plymouth Calligraphers this time, so it looks as though it will be well […]
On Monday 5th April, 10 of the Amblers took their tentative first steps back to walking as an organised group in Calstock. Luckily it was not too chilly and the sun was shining as Valerie and Imogen led us along the river bank and up a track. The owners of one of the houses along […]
Arts Society Lecturer Toby Faber, explores the stories behind the most dazzling Easter gifts ever given – the Imperial eggs of Carl Fabergé, cadeaux for emperors’ wives. Read about it here.
We were very lucky to hear Helen Wilson talk about the remarkable Pinwill Sisters in one of our monthly talks and she has now published a book which members may be interested to read. The book recounts in rich detail the beginning of the Rashleigh Pinwill ecclesiastical woodcarving company in Ermington, Devon in the early […]
In Bob and Roberta Smith’s world, it certainly does. It’s all about inclusivity and Bob extols the power of ‘creating art that has a workshop element to it, having an educational element in a gallery, where people can make art and engage’. Read about their world here, courtesy of the Arts Society.
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