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Get your helmets on. And no, they didn't have horns!
This is at the Roskilde museum in Denmark and is the reconstruction of the 30 metre warship, Skuldelev 2, built near Dublin in 1042 by Scandinavian boatbuilders.
- Ann Jones
- Teresa Kent
Fred Barnes Highly Commended:
Kenneth Benton Award:
Winner – Laura Selway
Highly Commended – Irene Pentelow
Peter Wolfe Cloisonne Cup:
Winner – Katrine West
Highly Commended – Sally Davis
The Painting Award:
Winner – Marion Edwards
Highly Commended – Maggie Cundy
The Rachel Gogerly Memorial Award:
The Chairman’s Rose Bowl:
Winner – Karen Moon
Highly Commended – Christine Williams
Judith Harris Young People’s Award:
Under 18: Charlotte Ball
Under 16: Winner - Sam Heneghan Highly commended – Cerys Manning
Under 11: Daniel Ball
W G Ball's are offering a 15% discount to members (except kilns and controllers) on all orders from now up to the conference and taken during the conference, normal carriage will be charged on orders unless collecting from the conference which is free.
Hobbycrafts Show Glasgow 2-5th March
The Leith Lapidary Club including our very own Dorothy Cockrell, and a few other Guild members will be present at Hobbycrafts in Glasgow this weekend and will be offering 'Have a go at Enamelling' sessions.
All conference packs were sent out by email on 28th February.
If anyone has not received theirs, please contact Jane Sheppard BUT please check your spam folder first.
If you'd like to know who else is on your workshop, the full delegate list can be downloaded from the Guild Documents Archive on the Members Menu. (Newton Rigg 2017 workshop list)