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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 The Bulls Head Pub) on the 3rd Sat in each month 1.45pm - 4pm Not July, August & December


Our next meeting is on May 20th 2017..

Linda Moss will take us on a journey from caring for her   rare-breed sheep to producing designer felt artefacts, all done at home on her smallholding. Website www.lindamoss.co.uk

Please bring work that is predominantly green for the display table.



NEW 
We are adding photos to a new album each month.
Click on the month to see large photos.
January Display Table predominantly white and Speaker with her work.
February Display Table and Speakers Modelled Costume
March Display Table predominantly orange
 April Display Table predominantly yellow and Sue Sheldon's Workshop.

Click on the Bee Friendly Flowers to open the album,
and enjoy details of the hanging and see Derbyshire Beekeeper Association Representatives


April Display Table

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March Display Table

February Display Table  
    
January Display Table
        























Chair -  Joyce Rowen
Secretary -  Marie Meachem
Treasurer -  Nicola Wright
IT Rep - Pat Campbell
Membership numbers:  26




Bee-friendly Flowers Wall Hanging commissioned by Derbyshire Beekeepers Association.  Do look out for this 
on display at Tissington Well Dressings, Chatsworth Flower Show in June and Country Fair in September and Derbyshire County Show at Locko Park in June.



 Rachel commissioned and modelled this costume, produced by Ninja Mikhaela, who
in February, entranced members in  explaining the garment's construction.
   Her work was based on the portrait in the National Gallery of Catherine Parr, King Henry VIIIth's sixth wife.