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Trent & Erewash Valley

We are a well established group with wide ranging interests and skills from traditional through to mixed media and textile arts. Meeting 10 times a year we enjoy talks from practitioners and embroidery suppliers in addition to our more social visits, Christmas meal and workshops.

We meet in St Michael's Church Hall, Main St, Breaston, DE72 3DX
(Parking in The Bulls Head Pub CP as far from entrance as possible & preferably displaying Branch membership flyer ) on the 3rd Sat in each month 1.45pm - 4pm 
Not July, August & December.

                                  Programme 2018
View the speakers and topics by clicking on Programme 2018  listed on the right in red.
By clicking on  the Speakers name in red in the programme you can access their website.

  Our next meeting is on April 21st
        Amanda J Clayton      'My Blue Suitcase'
 Amanda shares those inspirations, influences and personalities that have led her to this  time and career as an embroiderer.

 Members Table.  Display an item inspired by the month April. 
 Go to the bottom of the branch page for the inspirational poem The Months by Sara Coleridge.

March Meeting
Bad weather intervened, the display table had fewer exhibits than usual. Members brought their Linus Quilts which will be handed to the Derby coordinator in April for distribution to terminally ill children.

March Display Table. Click for more images.
Linus Quilts. Click to see more images.

Click on February Display Table to see more images.

Click on January to view more images. 



Chair -  Valerie Midgelow
Secretary -  Linda Schofield
Treasurer -  Nicola Wright
IT Rep - Pat Campbell
Membership numbers:  26

March Speaker.   Cherilyn Leeson

Cherilyn spoke of her career first in producing costumes for television companies and now having her own business making bespoke garments for her clients, 

February Speaker  .Sally Wilson
Click on February speaker to see more images.

January Speaker Gilli Theokritoff
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Pat Campbell,
8 Dec 2017, 12:14